Taking on the 120-year-old summerhouse and renovating it into a year-round permanent residence was no small task. The couple hired architects John Scholz and Meg Barclay of Scholz and Barclay Architecture and builder Richard Lane of B.A. Lane Construction to embark on a three-year renovation that would bring the home into the twenty-first century and make it suitable for year-round living.
Portfolio of Work
When John Scholz and Meg Barclay were enlisted to rehabilitate the design of this third-generation, nineteenth-century home, the midcoast farmhouse was a venerable structure with beautiful original features but with complex design issues related to its age.