Country Living Magazine's HOUSE OF THE YEAR 2001

Our second Country Living Home of the Year, transformed an old seasonal family cabin into a practically-elegant country home equipped for year round living. Working with Lindal Cedar Homes, architect Whitney Huber designed a 1,900-square-foot, three-segment house to evoke the image of clustered camp buildings. Cedar shingles, a standing-seam metal roof, and dry-laid-style stonework give it a classic New England feel. The custom made kitchen cabinets and shelves are Craftsman- and Shaker-inspired.

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