Passionate about History and Energy Efficiency
When they bought a spectacular property in Bow that includes an early nineteenth-century house, a barn and a blacksmith shop, Mike and Nancy Sampo were determined to make sustainability key in their preservation efforts.
By Debbie Kane | Photography by John W. Hession
Repurposing an Old House
A brick building in Keene is transformed into an energy-efficient coffee roastery.
By Barbara Coles | Photography by Nancy Belluscio
An Elegant Pied-à-Terre
A short walk from Boston’s theater district, a tiny condo in an historic home is now a New Hampshire couple’s weekend getaway.
By Debbie Kane | Photography by Rob Karosis
11 Quirky Features Worth Preserving in Historic Homes
Dumbwaiters, root cellars, phone niches: Vintage details such as these add charm and tradition to a house
by Jess McBride, Houzz
Handcrafted in NH's White Mountains
The historic Abbott House in Bethlehem stands alone in its mix of Arts and Crafts, Prairie, and Mission styles.
By Jenny Donelan | Photography by John W. Hession
Restoring a Federal-style home in Lyme
As part of their efforts to bring back their stately home, Tim and Lynn Cook have devoted decades to saving its remarkable murals by Rufus Porter.
By Kara Steere | Photography by John W. Hession
Outstanding in the field
Thanks to a creative architect, a new building that looks like a barn provides spaces for a husband and wife to pursue their post-retirement passions.
By Andi Axman
Reviving an Old Schoolhouse
An emblem of New Hampshire's rural past gets a new life for the twenty-first century.
By Larissa Mulkern
A passionate restoration enthusiast reconstructs a seventeenth-century home-and other buildings-in Gilmanton.
By Larissa Mulkern
Preserving the Legacy of The Fells
By John Clayton | Photography by Carl Vernlund
Home and Garden events
View all listings »
Submit an event »