I introduced you to The Beacon Carriage House last month in my first post on this beautiful post and beam. Today’s update is in tended to catch you up on all that has occurred over the past four weeks. Quite a bit has happened since we last saw this timber frame going up, so let’s take a look at where it is now. We’ll begin by viewing the renderings of what the guest house/office/workshop is to look like when completed.
The Beacon Carriage House Construction Update
Since we last visited this build site, there has been a great deal of landscape (stone retaining walls) and building exterior finish work completed. Here’s what the Yankee Barn Homes post and beam looked like as of the second week of December.
- The copper roof on the front inset double doors is a stunning feature.
The Beacon Carriage House Interior and Floor Plans
The beginnings of walls can be seen in these pictures, which actually means a lot of plumbing and electrical work is completed. This is the non-sexy part of a build, but an integral part which has to happen before interior walls go up and flooring goes down. So, even though it may not be readily apparent, there has been a great deal accomplished since the last time we visited this property.
Please check back after the holidays as we’re sure to have another update on this property. I’m getting anxious to see it finished, though I’ll bet not as anxious as the owners!
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