Plantation kitchens were separate from the main house because of fire risks.
The larger of our two smoke houses. We are replacing damaged siding while keeping as much of the original material in tact as possible.
Bob inspects a chimney dating back to the middle 1800s. Restoration begins soon.
The 1785 hand dug well still works today.
Bob inspects the nineteenth century racing sulky.
Restoration in progress on fireplace in one of our mid-nineteenth century cabins.
When we are in need of new siding material we use custom milled boards from trees cut on the property.