This stone and shake shingle with covered front porch defines this American country house.
This lakeside retreat shown in stone and shingles is designed to capture beautiful views from the rear of the house.
Georgian Bay Cottage
This charming stone and shingle lake cottage greets visitors with a Covered Front Porch and Porte Cochere.
Old Field House
This French country house, with its charming batten shutters, iron rails, and window boxes creates a beautiful union of stucco and stone.
This comfortable house, with its use of stone and stucco, continues the rich American country house tradition.
Stone and stucco are handsomely combined to give this house an appearance of elegance and strength.
This dignified, yet appealing stucco home provides a distinctive, elegant setting for the gathering of family and friends.
Strong, yet simple, stone detailing gives the exterior of this country house its handsome appearance.
This Mediterranean style manor house offers an elliptically arched front porch supporting a large center gable overlooking the entry courtyard.
This English Country House with flared roofs, arched dormers and shutters will sit gracefully on your property.
Regents Hall blends the best of European and American style, creating a masterful presence on your property.
Lake Laurel Lodge
This New England stone and shingle style house designed for lakeside living offers a modified courtyard entry with Port-cochere.
This French Country Estate offers a distinctive variation from the typical floor plan.
Green Isle Mountain
This lovely stone and shingle European style house enjoys a Porte-cochere and front Covered Porch.
Camden Country Manor House
The Covered Portico enters the Foyer, which holds the Formal Stairway opposite the Dining Room, which has access to the Front Terrace through two sets of French Doors.
This distinctive European home, with its French and English influences, creates an established Old World feeling.