Amazing Farmhouse has a classic design

This lovely home features all the classic characteristics of beautiful old Farmhouses. A porch swing sits near the front of the front lawn, not far from the home's incredible wraparound porch. The Farmhouse is called the Maple Lawn Farm, and it was designed by an architect named Craig Sachs. According to the home's Houzz page, it was the owner's childhood home and it originally belonged to her parents. The owner went took great care to restore the home as she remembered it when she was a child.
One standout feature of the Farmhouse is the porch ceiling. In the photo below, the dark brown hardwood of the porch's ceiling can be seen, creating a deep contrast from the white walls of the building.
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The dark brown ceilings are present in the enclosed area of the porch, which also serves as a large dining room. There's even a fireplace for use during cold winter months.This seems like the perfect place to have a wonderful Christmas dinner together as a family!
The home's kitchen features a classic and clean black and white design. A large center island gives ample space for preparing meals, and small industrial stools give guests a place to enjoy a casual breakfast.
Dark, exposed wooden beams frame the master bedroom. Barn-style sliding doors help define the home's country aesthetic. 
Outside of the main Farmhouse building, the home also features an external garage. A ring of trees around the main building gives the owners a sense of privacy that those living in a city could only dream of. 
Not far from the house is a stone firepit. When the weather's right it makes for the perfect gathering spot!
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