Hidden away on a lovely twelve-acre plot our clients desired to bring their property back to its roots. What once was a Mango Farm many moons ago has been reborn as an active food forest with a well-placed farmhouse for a bustling family of seven. Finding an architect that had familiarity with "farm life" was the key to making this project a success. We partnered with Jerry Sparkman of Sweet Sparkman to make this family's dream come true. Board and batten siding, a corrugated metal roof, copper lanterns, form and poured concrete fireplace, reclaimed beams, a scullery, and a sleeping porch are just a few of the special details that make this home truly unique.