Early New England Homes sells precut timber frame saltbox home kits. A saltbox house is a New England-style home with a long, sloping back roof. The front of the house has two stories, but the back has only one. Our lovely post and beam residences are precisely crafted in the style of 18th century New England mansions that dot the landscape.
ENEH specializes in Colonial, Gambrel, Saltbox, and Cape Cod-style homes. We collaborate with local builders to replicate the aesthetic and layout of these magnificent homes. Each residence is completely designed to meet the specific requirements of each customer.
The Options Package is what makes our homes stand out. Hand-planed beadboard panelling and beaded wainscoting adorn the walls. There are beaded door and window trim options, as well as a storm door option, board & batten doors, and pre-hung 4-panel doors. In these saltbox dwellings, wide board flooring and baseboards are ideal. Our fireplace mantels and hand-forged interior hardware complete the look.
The town green was the beating heart of most 18th century New England communities. The same elegant lines that can be found on the classic saltbox homes can be found on our Early New England Saltbox. Our saltbox’s first floor is as airy and open as our cape, and the saltbox roof allows for more room on the upper floor for bigger bedrooms. Take a look at our Saltbox page to whet your appetite. We can help you plan your dream house today by calling (860) 643-1148.
Early New England Homes is the leading provider of post and beam colonial-style homes in the northeast. Your building contractor can assemble our precut kits on-site because they are color labeled. In historic colonial villages, these iconic early American mansions are a common sight. Our lovely post and beam residences are precisely crafted in the style of 18th century New England mansions that dot the landscape.