Re-purposed Historic Pennsylvania Barn to Riverfront Home on the James River
Charles City County, Virginia
A 200 year old Pennsylvania Barn about to be demolished for development was deconstructed and shipped to its new homesite on the James River where it was reassembled on a new radiant slab. Four Gables were added to create rooms on the second level; the timber frame was infilled with composite structural insulated wall panels and new insulated windows by Pella. The original stone foundation was re-used as a veneer and hardwood from the site was milled for window headers and sills. The roof is a combination of Slate and Copper and the columns along the river side porch were columns fabricated from tree trunks that were found in an architectural salvage yard.
KEITH HUNTER & ASSOCIATES
ARCHITECT - BUILDER
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