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The Moses Perkins House
An “extreme makeover” of a historic 19th century house focused on one section of the home’s interior, but left the original exterior and elegant gardens essentially untouched.
Hewes & Company: Pedestrian Bridge
A luxury high-rise walkway has maritime origins.
Fish, Nature & Tradition
Three sporting camps: Grant’s, Lakewood, and Bosebuck Mountain, have been luring “sports” to western Maine for over a century.
The Ruggles House of Columbia Falls
Restoration of a circa-1818 Federal-style mansion built for Thomas Ruggles.
A vintage waterfront home inspired by Dutch architecture and maritime whimsy.
The Promise of a House and the Future
A moment in time before a house raising and the future it promised.
Friendship, Art & Commerce
Two recently single women forge a friendship, and gain new insights about themselves.
An Ode to a Tiny Shingle-Style Cottage
A little house perched on the rocks in Vinalhaven is a delightful example of rusticator architecture, writes architect Henry N. Cobb.
A funky camp on Great Pond is transformed into a year-round home with modern touches.
A House of Many Woods
Paul and Jula Sampson make their living selling wood products to the builders of fine homes, so it was only natural that when they built a new home, it included more than 35 varieties of wood.
A Home Project
After building many fine homes for others, this contractor knew just what he wanted when it came time to build a house for himself.
The problem: a steep cliff with 52 steps. The solution: an automated tram that carries people and cargo with the push of a button.
When an artist couple wanted to build his-and-her studios on a remote island, they turned to Houses and Barns by John Libby.
Up to Camp
“Up to camp” is a sacred concept. When you go, you pack the good stuff (fishing tackle and beer) in, and leave the bad stuff (pretty much everything else) behind.
Grandeur on the Lake
A Kezar Lake mansion built in 1908 had deteriorated by the time the current owners bought it in 2012. Instead of tearing down the historic house and starting over, they brought it back to life.