Woodstock Farm was designed by Rick Joy Architects and is located on a 210 acre farm property in Woodstock, Vermont. Even though the architect specializes more in desert house designs he managed to create a harmonious shingle-and-stone house and barn. The home is built on a large site among the Green Mountains with respect to the surrounding environment. Locally sourced materials, such as bedrock and pine,Ã‚Â were used for the construction of the home. Even an unusual linear footage of stone walls 100-200 years old is untouched and still can be found throughout the property. The house is designed as a family and recreation oriented escape that is able to host many visitors. Besides the main building there is a large guesthouse to accommodate all these visitors. Thanks to materials used in construction and a carefully planned interior, the house become a great place to relax and forget about urban living. Via
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