1 edition of Architecture near the Piscataqua found in the catalog.
Architecture near the Piscataqua
|Contributions||Society of Architectural Historians.|
|LC Classifications||NA735.P57 A8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||64007532|
Bridging New Hampshire and Maine, it offers a rewarding combination of colonial history and contemporary culture. The home is designed to maximize multiuse spaces, creating a compact and efficient design, while providing views through the home on approach, encouraging both visual and physical movement toward the lake. A true historic gem, the town is brimming with charming buildings and great scenes that can be seen all around. Grilled oysters are prepared with toppings like poached pears, herb butter, bacon jam, and tomato bravas, available individually or by the half dozen. Guests order inside the bright red shop and are welcome to sit at the tables and benches available in the back on the waterfront deck overlooking the bustling harbor area. An exhibit of the folk art carvings of the Adams family of Durham NH at Discover Portsmouth followed in and a retrospective of the drawings of Bill Paarlsburg in
Mystic, Connecticut Wake up to the sound of sails, foghorns, and seagulls in the historic maritime town of Mystic, set on a gorgeous stretch of the Connecticut coast. The home features granite steps and terrace wall lengths built from the original farmhouse foundation stones. For figures 4 though 6 images pease click here. Downstairs, near the garage, a door accesses a mudroom, media room and guest bedroom. With only 5 percent transparency, distant views can still be seen when the shades are deployed.
The gastro pub features an eclectic menu that includes a variety of comfort food and classic pub favorites as well as a selection of unexpected choices. This popular weekend getaway spot was once a playground for the incredibly wealthy, and visitors can now tour the famous Gilded Age mansions that were modeled on European palaces. However, at last they came to an end. Recreational activities abound as well. Inhe found it: a ranch-style home overlooking the Piscataqua River. Bridging New Hampshire and Maine, it offers a rewarding combination of colonial history and contemporary culture.
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For figures 4 though 6 images pease click here. A great effort was made to cut as few trees as possible during the course of the project, as the privacy they provide allowed the owners to forgo window treatments and enjoy panoramic splendor through large, floor-to-ceiling window walls, glass doors and a window-lined eating nook.
This stunning coastal town is rich with architectural wonders and a bustling waterfront downtown. Demonic voices were heard, and items were flung about inside Walton's tavern. Waitsfield, Vermont At the heart of the scenic Mad River Valley, Waitsfield is an old fashioned village surrounded by rolling farmland and gentle peaks.
One of these 19th century teenagers include two Portsmouth boys who would later take up the brush. There are also many other adventures available, including swimming, fishing, canoeing and more.
Inhe found it: a ranch-style home overlooking the Piscataqua River. The single-story, low-slung style helped make the ranch into the most popular dwelling constructed in American suburbs from the s to the s. Just over half of the houses here are only occupied seasonally and the population of the island increases to six times its size in the summer months.
Hession Christopher P. The new contemporary kitchen takes its cues from the TechBuilt language. Seen from the water, the towns gleam with white clapboard and polished yachts, and there are dreamy beaches for long walks on the sand.
It is an authentic marvelous complex of old colonial homes and buildings in a acre outdoor history museum dedicated to bringing to life over years of American history in this waterfront neighborhood. The challenges were to accommodate twenty-first-century living while preserving the mid-century aesthetic, maximize connection to the exterior and create a high-performance thermal envelope.
This unique eatery and pub has the feel of a bookstore because of its many shelves of books. When a member of the household retrieved the spit, it flew out the window of its own accord.
It is the only town with that name in the entire world and it prides itself on being one-of-a-kind. Plymouth, Massachusetts Step into the earliest days of American history in Plymouth, where Pilgrims built their first settlement in Local artists created the pieces hanging throughout the room and the remainder of the house.
Upstairs, walls were removed, windows replaced, and floors sanded and refinished—all updating the home and integrating it with its water view. Active in the preservation of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, architecture, he organized the Vernacular Architecture Forum's tour of the city for which the book Building Portsmouth was written.
Wilson Designs in Lee; cool, gray-green glass tiles line the wall underneath the cabinets and along the island. This island is the third largest island on the east coast of the United States and is accessible only by boat or air.In all, the library holds approximately lineal feet of archival materials and more than 8, historic photographs documenting the early history of the port city.
These materials along with the 40, volume library are open and available to researchers and the general public free of charge three days per week. Early History of the New Hampshire Settlements The narration of a video prepared by Alice Haubrich () Curator of the Piscataqua Pioneers, This is story about great grandfathers and grandmothers - yours and mine - in and their voyages crossing from England to New England to settle and build and live!
Portsmouth, New Hampshire Sailing up the Piscataqua River in Capt. New Hampshire Magazine - Best of NH, People, Places & Food Strawbery Banke Museum, New Hampshire - This acre site is a living museum of New England architecture, gardens, and crafts. More than 40 structures line its paths.
--Reader's Digest See more. The 10 Most Beautiful Towns In New Hampshire, USA. Save to Wishlist. Located in the New England region, New Hampshire is nature’s beauty at its finest. Portsmouth is a lovely small city set along the Piscataqua River. Steeped in history, the city was settled in making it one of the oldest cities in the USA.
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