We have always lived in old houses. Our first house was built around 1920 in a Philadelphia suburb. It was a stucco Dutch Colonial, built with simple charm and sturdiness by Dutch and German craftsmen…. continue reading »
“I grew up spending summers in a little Cape cottage my parents bought in 1956,” says Sue Sargent. Her mother, an avid gardener, planted perennials the family could enjoy during their Orleans vacation days. “My… continue reading »
At the Green Briar Jam Kitchen, jams and jellies have been hot items for more than a century.
A wide-scale renovation in West Harwich is one for the generations.
After eight years of living in the cramped quarters of an 1820s Federal home in Provincetown, Neal Balkowitsch and his partner, Donald Nelson, decided they needed to upgrade the house to make it more functional…. continue reading »
A local builder transforms a plain-Jane Chatham house into a charming cottage.
A Gray Gables artisan transforms homes with Whimsical Notions decor.
First-rate antiquing awaits along foliage-shaded Route 6A.