The homeowner delights in turning her Gothic Revival into your worst nightmare.
Perched on a bluff on Howard Cove, the folded-in A-frame conjures a grounded ship.
The farmhouse is also home to a nonprofit farm that grows produce and flowers for local schools and food pantries.
When it comes to banishing toxins and plastic waste, these stylish products sweep the competition.
Mandy Lamb got a charge out of turning this former hydroelectric hub into her home.
For Marcia Pond Anderson, the road to rescuing the 19th-century church leads back to middle school.
Creepy collections and vibrant, gardeny shades converge in a floral designer’s southern Maine Cape.
They often worked on the cutting edge of aesthetics and engineering, creating structures that continue to elevate our daily lives.
David Marsden and Honour Mack reimagined their groovy, Truman-era home (but kept the HiFi/bar cabinet).
Built in 2003 by sculptor Daphne Pulsifer, it's an inhabitable "piece of art."
Local weatherman Charlie Lopresti loves growing gargantuan gourds.