The Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum received some national recognition in Architect Magazine this week.
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It’s the blue that makes your body groove…
Photo courtesy of the client in their newly finished home.
Spring is in bloom and so is the construction on this new house on the Shenandoah River. Take a look at these photo(s) from our own Nathan Webb.
View from the field of Bluebells.
For details on the bark siding be sure to visit our friends at Barkhouse.
The winter has been rough, but the progress on this new residence has been steady. Here are a few images provided by the client from out at the site.
Walls are being framed on top of the foundation walls.
Framing is complete and the exterior sheathing is on. The house is taking shape on its steeply sloped, heavily wooded, rural site.
Here is a view from the front entrance porch. It was a very exciting construction week because the windows were installed.
Here is a view from the master bedroom looking out over the mountains for a great view of the surrounding woods.
Large floor-to-ceiling windows maximize daylight and views of the surrounding landscape.
Overlooking the rolling hills in Shenandoah County sits a small historic farmhouse. The farmhouse is getting a facelift, to put it mildly, and a large addition which echoes the form of the original house. The renovation and addition will accommodate modern family life. And, yes, that’s a backhoe under the existing house. It was put to work inserting a new ten-foot high basement. Whoa!
Beautiful wall made of reclaimed/ repurposed wood at the entry. A new “flying staircase” will be installed above.