Bethany Puopolo Architect





This new fieldstone and clapboard home was situated to maximize views of a magnificent hickory tree and woodland stream. The intention was to create a home that appears to have evolved over time, with the central stone volume as the first and oldest structure and wings as later additions. At first glance it seems like a small stone cottage at the end of a long wooded drive - at wood's end. The interiors are simple and spacious, with high ceilings and an abundance of natural light and views to the property. Several outbuildings and boxwood hedges create outdoor garden rooms. A screened sleeping porch is adjacent to the master bedroom.