This carriage house inspired home was completed in May 2019. Although new, much effort was put into the design and build of the home, to ensure it fit into Madison’s historic district. The original structure was a single story body shop for many years. Instead of demolishing the body shop, the current structure was built incorporating it.
The home features the work of local Master Craftsman, Roger Welch. You will see his work throughout, starting with the solid mahogany exterior doors and round window. In addition, all cabinetry, the stairway, mantel, door and window headers, shutters, window skirts, door trim and baseboards are all custom- crafted by Roger.
You will also find hand scraped hickory hardwood floors throughout the second level. These were made by local Amish craftsman, David Schrock and his sons. Another Amish builder/craftsman, Daniel Girod and his team completed the very important and difficult task of framing the structure. They also installed the hardwood floors and the barn wood-covered beam upstairs. The wrought iron Juliet balcony was designed, built and installed by Madison Iron Works.