Title

The new house of Weld and Molly Henshaw in Brunswick combines post-and-beam styl

Authors

Andrew Vietze

Source

Down East

Date

5-1-2003

Pages

60-63, 90-91

Abstract

The new house of Weld and Molly Henshaw in Brunswick combines post-and-beam style with conventional framing. The symmetry and detailing of the home are authentically Greek Revival, but the other side of the house, overlooking Maquoit Bay, has more glass and deck to take advantage of the dramatic views. The home was designed and built by John Libby, with Raymond Leahy as one of its principal architects.

Subjects

Architecture, Domestic, Henshaw, Molly, Henshaw, Weld, Leahy, Raymond, Libby, John

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