Six years ago, Ross and Christine Endicott stopped selling furniture containing toxic chemicals; now the state is following their lead.
“I’m walking around in a Jamie Wyeth painting.” See some of the landmarks portrayed in Wyeth’s work and some favorite island houses from a recent Maine Homes by Down East visit.
Owners of an Eisenhower-era ranch discover what’s old is cool again.
The beauty of Maine natural stonework exemplified with this granite arch crowned with a 1,000-pound keystone in Baldwin.
More than 250 years ago, when Falmouth and its surroundings were known as “New Casco,” this gabled Cape was likely one of only 60 or so houses sprinkled around the Presumpscot River.
Amy and Alden Philbrick strip, polish, and perfect one of Cape Elizabeth’s oldest homes.
Reflecting on these experiences in our rearview, I feel a deep sense of gratitude, and loyalty, to the roads that have delivered us to our destinations.
A father designs an accessible, energy-efficient home for his quadriplegic daughter.
Earlier this year, David Rockefeller gave away a Jericho Bay island, an Andrew Wyeth painting, and millions of dollars to the Land & Garden Preserve and Maine Coast Heritage Trust. Now those charities, among others, stand to benefit from the sale of the late billionaire’s 14 ½-acre Seal Harbor estate.
A landscape designer creates a welcoming entry with swirling stonework and colorful, textured plants.
A Perry couple is putting antique houses back together — starting with their own.