Originally built in 1812, this 1,752 square-foot timber-framed farmhouse is both a smart home and a living testimony of old-world building techniques. It combines architectural design with state-of-the-art mechanical systems. Much of the existing wood from the demolition was reclaimed and re-purposed throughout the house. The open floor plan has a deconstructed kitchen, a dining and living area as well as a 3rd master suite or professional office. The home’s antique post-and-beam structure has been revealed and is now permanently exposed, along with the antique hand-hewn timber, extra-wide chestnut, and white oak flooring. An entirely redesigned artisan stone fireplace provides warmth and a central focal design element. The 1st level includes a full bar, a laundry room/mudroom and 2 bathrooms. The basement level features the original exposed large boulder foundation and a 1,000 bottle-capacity wine cellar. French doors allow for southern views of the private 3 acre property. A deck leads to a large stone patio wrapped around an outdoor fireplace. The upper level features dual master suites. Spring Street Farm is well-situated in the historic hamlet of South Salem, across from a picturesque Echo Horse Farm. The project received the 2019 Chrysalis National Award in the Residential Historic Renovation category.
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