Vermont Custom Builders of Barns & Homes

TRADITIONAL HOMES

Traditional Home
Whether you prefer Capes or Colonials, Vermont Country Builders can construct as simple or intricate a structure as you desire. It’s all in the details. Planning roof pitches and overhangs, window size and type, clapboard exposure, trim detail, and overall proportion—each important element contributes to homes we never tire of and that stand the test of time.


Manchester
This house is a good example of what we call a New/Old House. The historical lines, proportions, roof pitches, continuous architecture and trim detail mask the high end upgrades which make this house energy efficient with every modern convenience. Hi-R foam, blown in cellulose insulation, HVAC heat/AC, air to air heat pump and modern appliances are just a few of the energy efficient features. The windows sport historical sill detail and SDL bars for the effect of single glaze windows but with the U-factor of low-E insulated glass. All in all—the best of both old and new.

Car Barn with Living
House and barn | Porch | Hall
Garage | Kitchen | Bath


Traditional Home
Porch | Great Room | Kitchen
Master Beams | Bath
Weston
Built as a spec house, this home offers a large timber framed great room with fireplace, cathedral master on first floor with beamed collar ties and bath, large tiled entry, radiant heat, 2 porches, wide pine flooring, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, soapstone fireplace surround, high end historical Marvin windows with simulated divided lites, and much more. This home's attributes work well for part or full time owners.
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Londonderry
Traditional overhangs, exterior trim details and proportions make this home a time-honored cape from the driveway approach while a walk-out basement, dormer, and lots of glass on the rear capture the views and abundant sunshine. Each of the three bedrooms has a private bathroom. Sprayed-in foam insulation, radiant heat, HRV (heat recovery ventilation), passive solar, florescent lighting, and fireplace doors together contributed to meet Vermont's energy code requirements. Nice tile work, custom cabinetry, crown molding, wide pine floors, oil rubbed bronze hardware complete Ian's handsome home.
Kitchen | Dining | Master Bath | Porch

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