cape cod homes

Early New England Homes sells precut kits for Cape Cod homes Mansfield CT. Our precut kits of authentic cape cod style houses are highly popular in this area. Early New England Homes is an eastern Connecticut company. Our beautiful post and beam homes are meticulously fashioned after 18th century New England houses that appear all over New England. Materials quality is second to none. ENEH specializes in building authentic Cape Cod, Saltbox, Gambrel and Colonial style homes. We work closely with local builders to recreate the layout and style of these exceptional houses. Each home is fully customized to fit each client’s needs.

What is unique about our homes is the Options Package. We have hand planed beadboard paneling and beaded wainscoting. Beaded window and door trim, pre-hung 4-panel doors, board & batten doors and a storm door option are available. Wide board flooring and baseboards are a perfect fit in these saltbox homes. Complete the effect with our fireplace mantels and hand-forged interior hardware.

Quintessentially American, the Cape Cod is a widely popular cottage style that traces its origins to colonial New England. Drawing some inspiration from thatched cottages common in Britain, the settlers adapted the structure to keep out inclement weather. Characterized by its low, broad profile, it is generally a story and a half tall. The steeply pitched roof with end gables ensured that snow did not build up during harsh winters. The big, central chimney was the heart of the home: It provided heat, as well as light and, of course, dinner. Everything about the Cape Cod style was adopted for its function rather than its form. The earliest forms had little exterior ornamentation to suit the stormy weather of the New England coast. Colonial capes did not have front porches; however, they are common in many revival styles. Learn more on our The Cape page. Call us at (860) 643-1148 and we can help plan your dream home today.

 

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