Enfield Church was originally built in 1877 has recently been converted into a farmhouse and renovated by Chris Kauffman, a DIY blogger. The new owner created most of the furniture herself, changed the old details for the new ones preserving the aesthetics, take a look at the result!
The entryway features a custom steel front door with seeded glass, custom mudroom-style storage and built-in console table in the renovated entry.
The remodeled eat-in kitchen with designer details shows off custom range hood, quartz counters, island with reclaimed wood counter and shiplap details, stainless steel appliances, custom drawer organizers, garbage pull-out, spice pull-out, soft-close doors and drawers. It’s united with a dining space and a small living one, and though this layout is rather large, everything looks super cozy thanks to the farmhouse decor.
The owners recently switched out the 140-year-old stained-glass windows for new wood custom thermal windows, all approved by the heritage committee, so they should be good for the next 140 years or more. Master with stairs to the loft which overlooks both front entry and open concept main floor. Finished basement has a rough-in for kitchen, 2 bedrooms and renovated laundry room/wet bar. The owners fixed it up over the last three years getting it in tip top shape. Almost everything is new, but all the character remains. New wiring, new well, new bathrooms, new appliances, new windows, geothermal, protected land behind to preserve the views.