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Tour a classic farmhouse renovation with beautiful details on Long Island

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Elizabeth Roberts Architecture is responsible for this classic farmhouse renovation of a 19th-century clapboard house located in the Orient Historic District on Long Island, New York. This gable-roofed dwelling is surrounded by acres of fruit trees since the site was originally an orchard. There was also an original barn on the property, which was transformed into a pool house and guest quarters.

A sunroom at the back of this two-story farmhouse became the focal point of the main level layout, revitalized with cement tile flooring, Southern Yellow Pine paneling, and a wood-burning stove for year-round use. This unique space was strategically positioned just off the generous kitchen, an open and airy hub where large groups can gather and cook together.

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What We Love: This classic farmhouse renovation provides unique connections between spaces for a variety of interactions between homeowners and their guests. Reimagined living spaces are warm and welcoming, allowing for a timeless home for generations to come. We are especially loving the bright and airy kitchen, ideal for gourmet cooking with loved ones.

Tell Us: What do you think of the overall design aesthetics of this home? Please let us know your thoughts in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look at another amazing home tour that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of the architects of this project, Elizabeth Roberts Design: Brilliant renovation of a five-story New York City townhouse.

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Above: The original staircase was reconstructed and opened up to provide a connection from the main level to the three bedrooms on the second level.

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Above: A painted blue staircase “runner”, splatter wallpaper, and a wood-framed kitchen vent bring a sense of whimsy and creativity to this classic Long Island dwelling.

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Photos: Courtesy of Elizabeth Roberts Architecture

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