Ridgeway Farm

Ridgeway Farm
  • Front and side elevation showing front porch, standing seam roof, Jeld-Wen windows
  • Front door is Spanish Cedar to match the operable window shutters
  • Dining area with Living area beyond, reclaimed solid oak beams
  • Rock fireplace and custom built-ins
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This 3 bedroom house was designed by Ruth Ellen Outlaw and based on the practices outlined in The New Old House by Russell Versaci. Wide plank white oak floor boards were milled from trees taken down at the building site. The reclaimed oak beams used in the Living/Dining areas compliment the rock fireplace and chimney.

Features Include:

  • Siding: HardiPlank horizontal(clapboard) siding
  • Roofing: Prepainted standing seam metal roofing, Half round gutters
  • Terraces: bluestone • Foundation walls: Old Virginia Brick
  • Interior floors: Wide plank white oak and tile. Basement floors: colored concrete
  • Kitchen Cabinets: custom cherry by Terry McGuirk, Blue Run Cabinets
  • Kitchen Counters: Soapstone from local Schuyler Quarry
  • Insulation: blown cellulose and cotton batts
  • HVAC: Geothermal and Radiant floors