The interior of this Federal style stone farmhouse from the late 1700s was renovated by Greenleaf to include a new kitchen, laundry room, front room, and 2 bathrooms. This is the oldest house we have ever worked in, and the process was more like an archeological dig than a typical remodeling project. As we peeled back the layers we discovered stacked stone walls, chestnut log floor joists set directly on dirt and log walls with chinking. Doorways were eventually expanded to open up rooms and new framing for walls, floors, and ceiling was integrated into the original structure. The kitchen and laundry room feature custom cabinetry, a handmade soapstone sink, marble countertops, and patterned cork flooring.