The Warmth of Wood

A former stable is transformed into an exquisite modern farmhouse. The spacious and inviting, renovated home by Lisa Brown embraces its 1870 origins while offering modern comfort and style. Originally built as a stable as part of the Beebe farm, the building had undergone various adaptations over the decades. Brown’s vision and Clancy Construction execution worked to perfection. The home is a warm and spacious modern farmhouse, with the original beams crisscrossing in bedrooms, hallways and up the staircase. The effect is almost sculptural, with the rich antique wood creating new artistic structures in the warmth of the wood living space.

By Lisa Cavanaugh | Photography by Betty Wiley
Brown says she incorporated the original barn’s structural elements throughout the home. That is the coolness of this house.
The Home enjoys an idyllic location on Shore Street between Main Street and the Vineyard Sound.
Open shelving and an island made from reclaimed wood are rustic touches in the sleek and functional kitchen.
A cozy bedroom at the top of the staircase for guests.
Replica barn doors hark back to the original structure’s aesthetic.
Old and new mingle seamlessly in the skillfully redesigned interiors.
Home by Lisa Brown:
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