Set in the rolling hills of Wellington County, Pam & Michael fell in love with this 100-acre farm in 2017 and purchased it.  The 1881 brick farmhouse had potential for expanding and the barns were perfect for their 4 horses.  A large country kitchen had been added to the farmhouse in 2000.  An attached double garage was demolished to make room for a 1700 square foot addition including a new main entry, master bedroom suite, two home offices, mudroom and laundry. Also attached to the house is a new garage large enough for 3 vehicles plus a carport for storing gardening equipment.  New basement space houses a work-out room, and a games/media room.  An old porch was removed and in its place, a bright, airy Four Season Sunroom was built, connecting to the original Dining Room with a generous archway.  

Architectural Design: Jane Cameron, Life Home Design 
Structural Engineering: Steve Boyd, Quaile Engineering quaileeng.com
Builder: Ron Muszynski of Ravensbrook Homes ravensbrookhomes.ca
Interior Designer in collaboration with owner: janeyatesdesigns.com
Painter: Jeff Bentley, Magic Painting 416-738-4630
Photo credits: Sandy MacKay (705) 441-6842