A Muted Berkshires Home Pays Homage to an Idyllic Landscape

A Muted Berkshires Home Pays Homage to an Idyllic Landscape

By Jessica Dailey
Surrounded by an apple orchard, an evergreen grove, and gardens originally tended by the owners’ parents, Sheffield Residence keeps family memories alive.

Renovating a 100-year-old house is a dream project for many, but it was not something Terry Cruikshank and her husband Keith Bader wanted to take on. The house, a two-story colonial built in 1914 in Sheffield, Massachusetts, no longer suited their lifestyle, and it needed a lot of work. 

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