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(802) 382-9082
1741 Rte. 7 South, Middlebury, VT 05753
www.connorbuilding.com

Connor Homes is changing the way homes are built in America. We’ve re-established the important relationship between architect and craftsman, with custom design services and a unique combination of state-of-the-art technology and hand craftsmanship all under one roof. 

All of our homes are designed and built in our 118,000 square foot facility in Middlebury, Vermont, then shipped nationwide for efficient on-site installation and complete home building. The result is classic American architecture, built to last for generations.

The New Old Home
The New Old Home concept is to capture the essence of historic architecture in a new home with today’s practical layouts and modern amenities. The New Old Home combines yesterday’s architectural charm and warmth with today’s technological advances and conveniences. Over many years of research and development, our company has studied the best, smartest and most efficient ways to produce sophisticated, authentic historic architectural details by blending classical architectural principles, superb craftsmanship, and cutting edge technology. The result is a return to fine architectural detail incorporating scale and proportional concepts revered through centuries of homebuilding excellence.

Component Building
Pre-engineering and component building is what makes it possible to build a house with efficiency and precision, and then ship it anywhere for final construction. In addition to pre-cutting some components, we also preassemble sections of wall that can easily be erected on site. We cut and preassemble many of the important architectural elements such as entrances, cornices, returns, and rake overhangs. Some parts of the building process, however, are still best done at the site. Roofing, siding, installation of doors and windows and certain trims and mouldings are all materials supplied by Connor Homes but best applied at the building location.