Set at the ridge of a sloped lot, the comfortable appearance of this Greek Revival farmhouse belies the technological complexity in its heating and cooling system. By tapping the steady flow of heat from the earth in the winter, and displacing heat in the summer, a geothermal heat pump efficiently keeps the homeowners in comfort year round. The home was awarded the 2005 “Palladio Award” from Period Home magazine.

Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects

Landscape Architect
Elizabeth Hanna Morss, RLA

Robert Benson