This sixty-acre farm in Rhode Island received a landscape renovation, giving the site a cohesive structure. One of the prize areas of the site is the vegetable and cutting gardens, which border the expansive copse. Kitchen crops and flowers grow in raised beds as well as in the ground, and a handsomely utilitarian greenhouse overlooks the vegetable and cutting garden.
Across the property sits the antique barn, which—although it appears to have weathered in place for a century or more—was actually shipped in pieces from Connecticut. On the downhill side of the barn, donkeys graze in the paddock built by Hoerr Schaudt, while the uphill side leads to a ramp that brings guests into the lofty interiors of the barn retooled for casual entertaining.