With a whitewashed frame and traditional outline, this New England farmhouse looks like it may have been there for the last 100 or more years, though it was only recently constructed. The generous use of windows on two stories ensure that the home's owners can enjoy the woodsy view, while the whitewashed house contrasts beautifully with the traditional red barn.
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Inside, exposed beamwork mix with bold color choices. I'm especially fond of the charcoal paint used in the sitting room. The light beams add architectural interest, while the dark walls speak to a more modern sensibility, which mixes with the classic furniture showcased in the home.