This home in Greenburgh was a new build, taking inspiration from small, Colonial farmhouses that were added on to over the years. The main volume of the home is based on a through center hall with a single flight of stairs. “The house had a unique site, with the main entry facing east but the bulk of the yard facing south. That unique site allowed for expansive southern views, admitting an abundance of light into many different spaces,” says architect Ed Parker of Alisberg Parker. “This also provided the perfect place for a south porch, creating indoor/outdoor living toward the pool.” Designer Cortney Bishop added warm blues, shiplap, cool lighting, and eclectic details, culminating in the perfect entry to a modern farmhouse. Builder: Parallel Construction Management.