The Saxtons River Inn has been a local treasure and meeting place for many years as well as a fine respit for travelers to the area. The food and drink are first class as are the floks who frequent the Inn.
Fine dinning in a casual atmosphere await you here in a restored to original condition 18th century farm house.
One of the guest rooms bathed in the sunrise light at the Inn at Valley Farms
Morning reflection of MDX offices in adjacent canal.
The SunGuide RTMC is a 32,000 square foot facility featuring a multi-screen wall and eight first floor workstations. FDOT uses seven of these workstations and the Miami-Dade Expressway Authority uses one for their respective staff to monitor control closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras, dynamic message signs, and vehicle detectors, and dispatch Road Rangers to clear accidents, remove debris, and assist stranded motorists. Additionally, FDOT uses their workstations to operate ramp signals on I-95 entrances and operate the 95 Express high-occupancy toll lanes. The Florida Highway Patrol (FHP), co-located in the facility, operates 18 workstations on the second floor.
Kitchen in morning light
Dinning room in late day light
Show room kitchen
Pete Maynard's interpertation of the Bow Arm Sofa and Morris Chair are samples some of the fine furniture he has produced.
This kitchen has it all including a large Sub Zero behind the wood door panels
Designed and built by Bill Sumner, the treehouse sleeps three, and boasts a covered porch, open deck, zipline and toilet facilities.
360 Degree view of the interior of the Rockingham Meetinghouse in Rockingham, Vt
The old cow barn at the Inn at Valley Farms in Walpole, NH
Designed by Daniel Johnson of Watershed Studio in White River Junction, Vt.
Screened in porch and gardens designed by Julie Masservy on the side
Porch and gardens by J Masservy and back with balconies over looking pond
Pond view the house looks over at and side gardens by J Messervy design
Back of house with decks overlooking the pond
View showing the relationship between the interion space and the view
Stairs to 2nd level bedrooms
Stairs to 2nd level from inside the two story screened in porch
Writing house with a view, but would you get anything done?
Part of living room with glass collection cabinet
Glass collection and dinning room
Kitchen to dinning room, deck and pond view
Vizcaya a birds eye view. Photographed from the mast of a boat in the channel.
Early morning at the Tea House
The Mound at Vizcaya had entrances or egresses on all sides. This is the egres to the Fountain or Rose Garden on the East side of the mound.
Mr. Deering had a private sitting room for his and close friends use
The guest bedrooms at Vizcaya are named for famous people, styles or places that their design evokes. This 18th century-style room is named ''Espagnolette'' after a decorative motif derived from ladies' lace collars.
The Breakfast Room's mixture of Neapolitan seascapes, Chinese ceramics and European-made ''Chinoiserie'' connotes the exchange of artistic goods and styles between East and West in the Age of Exploration.
The main staircase leads to the more private rooms on the second floor.
This hallway in the South Tower leeds to the spiral staircase which decends to the first floor and was primarily used by the servents
This is where guests arrived, the formal enterance to J Deering's winter home