The open space design offers land conservation while meeting the need for well-built, efficient homes. We have examined the needs of home buyers as well as the environment and have developed homes with a landscape that promise an efficient future. The mostly level ground is spotted with diversity of mature and younger growth including hemlock, birch, spruce, elm, and pine and maples. The rich soil suggests that farmers once enjoyed lush fields of grains and vegetables.
BAIRD LANDING is an Open Space sub-development that lives on 30 wooded acres in Freeport, Maine.
MOVING OFF THE GRID
Post and Beam Frame
Built with Hemlock Timbers that are highlighted in walls and ceilings throughout the interior of the building.
Home operates on electric heating and cooling systems.
Open-space first floor
One single environment for daily living, eating, preparing food, and relaxing.
Second floor utilitarian laundry room
4” of styrofoam insulation seal frame after plywood is added.