The farmhouse, built in 1890, stands at the end of a gravel road in the rolling hills of the Upper Crabtree community near Clyde
The 250 acres that abut Mark’s father’s land are plenty of room to grow a garden and pasture cattle
An upstairs bedroom holds family treasures, including daguerreotypes of Asbury and his bride, Lorena.
During the heat of summer, the cattle head for the shade of the forest up the hills.
The poplar and heart pine floors were refinished throughout the house, including in the master bedroom, where Mark insta
the linen upholstered spool chairs make the formal sitting room a cozy spot for conversation.
Mark designed and built a chandelier with Mason jars.
A buffet from Belgium is right at home with the other antiques and salvaged furniture in the dining room
Laura and Mark Rogers sold their custom home just down the road to return to the family homestead.
in the eat-in kitchen, the brick chimney and plank walls keep the room rustic and true to its roots.
Laura knew the side porch would make a great dining room. Two tables accommodate plenty of guests. A pair of windows (left) give