colonial home kits,cape cod homes

When you are in the market for colonial homes kits Watertown CT, why not have one built for you? Early New England Homes is a leading provider of colonial home kits. We are an Eastern Connecticut company bringing colonial New England architecture to the market. Our post and beam homes are modeled after classic New England style houses found all over Connecticut. ENEH home kits are available in Cape Cod, Saltbox, Gambrel and Colonial layouts. Our beautiful post and beam homes are meticulously fashioned from sustainable materials. ENEH works 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. Your early New England style home is furnished with all the amenities of modern dream homes.

Although the framework is classic, each home may be customized to your wishes. 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.

All across the United States, America’s most enduring home style remains the classic colonial. It conjures up images of small-town America, the village green, Fourth of July parades and that independent spirit that defines the American character. The early colonists hewed the beams for their homes from forests that surrounded their property, and each home therefore had a unique character. Our ENEH Colonial reflects the character of the area. The large summer beams and timber ceilings create a warmth that is just not found in contemporary homes. To whet your appetite, get started at our homes page.  Want to learn more? Call us at (860) 643-1148 and we can help plan your dream home today.

 

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