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After years of writing stories on the fly, a journalist builds her perfect writing studio.
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.