History of a Farm House

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Kendra Martin Photography

  A Farm House has always been more about its location and purpose than its Style. The geography of the Farm influenced the style of Farm House to be built for instance the people, climate and materials available in that part of the region. True Farmhouses were built by early colonial families of the 1700’s. In the mid 19th century railroads could now travel cross-country and materials became more available hence the farmhouses started to gain some personality. Early 1900’s farmhouse for example Ellery Farms has a long wraparound porch with simple porch posts and railings with a front stoop. The tin roof is spectacular and the white house boasts an equal balanced look on the exterior. Farmhouses are oftentimes cozy & welcoming, straightforward, functional, casual, unpretentious and mesh well with many different styles of décor. Farm House style does not always have to be mason jars and burlap it is very transitional and goes well with traditional, modern, industrial, southern & cottage style, just to name a few. Check out one of my favorite blogs…stonegableblog.com

 Our Farmhouse is truly unique with all the character of a traditional farmhouse with many modern conveniences. Beautifully decorated furnishings from local upstate consignment and antique stores with a mix of today and peek from the past with the longevity of tomorrow which makes this one classy Farmhouse. The All white kitchen is cheerful, fresh and bright. The original walls are gorgeous throughout the home with ivory painted wide wood plank walls, plaster and wainscoting. Original old doors and floors, 8 Fireplaces, built-ins here and there, a huge wraparound front porch and lots of land. The Farm has Beautiful sunsets, large trees & fields, 3 swings hanging from trees to enjoy. These key elements make a beautiful backdrop to host an outdoor wedding or event to feel relaxed, enjoy your thoughts , share moments & memories surrounded by fields of beauty and walls full of charm and history!

 Cheers!

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