« Go Back Designed by: Wayne Crocker, AIA | 2010 | Orange, VA
On estate acreage near Montpelier, this home was inspired by a Southern Living farmhouse vernacular design brought to the architect by the owner. With South Carolina architect, Wayne Crocker, and a Texas client, Virginia based Smith & Robertson was pre-selected as the builder and collaborated with landscape architect Buddy Spencer to create this estate quality masterpiece.
This home was designed and built for energy efficiency and includes spray in place foam insulation throughout and Mitsubishi CITY multi heat pumps. Mitsubishi used Greylin as a "Case Study" which you can see here.
The interior features hand scraped reclaimed knotty hickory floors, tongue and groove paneling of pine and ash, wood box beams and coffered ceilings. The notable exterior features are the extensive rockwork using granite quarried in New York, the heavy gauged standing seam metal roof, the covered porches and beautiful landscaping.