Early American Home
Essentially a ruin before the remodel, Donald Lococo Architects updated this historic stone farmhouse in Middleburg, Virginia. The clarifying historic farmhouse renovation removed the 1950s and bay windows from the main facade. Two wings, a sympathetically fitting stairway and third floor were adapted for modern living into the American home architecture farmhouse design. Masons were tasked to mimic historic American house architecture farmer-constructed stonework for the farm style house plans. The American home design simplifies the first-floor rustic farmhouse plans and leaves space for future expansion in the modern farmhouse house plans.
The stone house design renovation received two awards from the American Institute of Architecture.
Architecture/Interior Architecture: Donald Lococo Architects
Interior Designer: Rosemary Howe
Structural Engineer: Structron Engineering Consulting Engineers
Contractor: Jay Hafner
Photographer: Max MacKenzie