The William Farley House
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Fred Albert added this to Houzz Tour: 350-Year-Old Home Gets a New Lease of Life9 March 2017
Originally known as the Garrison House, the main house was later acquired by George Farley, earning it the name, the Farley Garrison House. The structure was framed in oak, since that’s what the early English settlers were used to. The broad front door was fashioned from old-growth pine, also used for the paneling throughout.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Karen Heath added this to A cute rustic entryway8 October 2022
Like the door, fixture, table, and the beams
Karen Heath added this to Front Entryway14 June 2022
Like the door, fixture and the table.
Karen Flory added this to My Project3 April 2022
The table is aesthetically pleasant and purposeful for our needs
sharkbear77 added this to Sutton Hillside24 August 2021
I like the wrought iron hardware
ivorie218 added this to Birch Acres Living Room8 September 2019
Table style for living room nook behind fireplace