Mid-Country French Farm Studio

 

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“History is repeated in the best possible way as Greenwich architect Charles Hilton cultivates a new gardener's cottage on a small working farm.”
— Connecticut Magazine

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“The architect was sensitive to the integrity of the original beautiful design, Hilton designed the most beautiful French farmhouse that features hand-hewn timber framing inside and out. It was one of those sites that was hard to break away from.”
— Tom Hayes of The Classist- Travelogue: Great Houses of Connecticut’s Fairfield County

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“Now here’s a case where the humble before looks absolutely nothing like the princely after”
— New England Home Connecticut Magazine

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“The architects…have accomplished the seemingly impossible: a working farm that is productive while it is elegant, beautiful at all time of year.”
— Regina Cole from New England Home Connecticut Magazine

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“Together with their food mentor, designer, architect and landscape architect, the home owners have accomplished the seemingly impossible: a working farm that is productive while it is elegant and beautiful at all times of the year.”
— New England Home: Connecticut- Summer 2012 Edition

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