This majestic, Victorian cow barn was the sister building to the carriage house on the hill. Renovations had been made earlier, all without caring for the original details or materials.
Originally hired to put a cupola on the structure, the project evolved into a new covered entry, requiring a variance, a carport with master deck above, stone fireplace, rear porch with state of the art gas grille and appliances built into the stone. Exterior features included “barn” pergola. Victorian details were included on new construction, as well as where they were lacking on the existing structure, by master craftsmen, even gas lights flickered. Sadly the barn was eventually torn down by the new owners.