Located in Lee, Massachusetts, this cozy 1916 stone cottage was designed and restored by Solomon+Bauer+Giambastiani Architects. It’s the guest house on a private estate, and by the looks of it, I’d say they’re some pretty lucky guests! Although the home definitely has the modern touches we’ve come to love, it still has all the warmth and charm of a home from that period. I especially love all the lead glass windows and door panels, which were were lovingly repaired and restored by the firm. You can finish your tour of this lovely guesthouse with more photos by Bradley M Jones right here!
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brittany kuhn says
gorgeous! love the bathtub (:
Laurel-Dawn McBurney says
This abode is so charming! I love all of the wooden touches– the doors are really unexpected! Thanks so much for sharing!
I love there are two toilet stalls! How fun. Or maybe they are closets? Anyway, I like the look.
I LOVE this place. There are not a lot of spaces that seem PERFECT for ME,,,,but this,,IS!
Eliane Hadlich says
I'm brazilian, and I love this site! Congratulatios!
Cameron Robertson says
Wow, you just gave me inspirations and ideas on how to redecorate my house. I intend to change my windows to those with a light green glass and clean white frames next year. I think the colour teal (or a bit like mint) is simply perfect for my walls to complement the new windows. I have never actually thought of this particular colour for my entire house because I thought it might be a little too feminine or too sweet, but after looking at your sample pictures, I think my house would turn out just fine with a peaceful and calming ambience.
brian palmore says
What color paint did u use