Early New England Homes by Country Carpenters

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(860) 643-1148
26 West Street (Rt. 85)
Bolton, CT 06043
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Early New England Homes are fashioned after authentic 18th Century homes found along the Connecticut countryside. We strive to use sustainable materials and advocate economy of scale, designing living spaces that are practical and suited to the owners needs.

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Early New England Homes has engineered a unique timbered ceiling system that works with conventionally framed walls so you can have a home with today’s conveniences with all the character of an early New England cape-style home. This complete home building system includes plans, material lists, and all of the handmade materials and hardware that cannot be found at a local lumberyard.

Building a house is a major undertaking. It is very important that the home you build fulfils your expectations, and the whole building process goes smoothly from beginning to end. If you think an Early New England Home by Country Carpenters might be right for you, we recommend that you visit our model, see the integrity of the structure, and feel the spirit of the space. We can then chat about your lifestyle, your possible site, your time frame, and your choice of builders.

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