Brought to you by Cape Cod Home, Winter 2017
Writer: Chris White
“Developed by the A.D. Makepeace Company, the Redbrook community began with a village green and the notion that “the best New England villages balance natural beauty and planned function.” The Meeting House would be its first structure, designed by Saltonstall Architects of Marion and constructed by the Valle Group of East Falmouth. “This building was meant to set the architectural tone of the village,” says Will Saltonstall, CEO, and chief architect. It would also help establish a theme important to the developer and to this particular project—one of a committed, caring community.”
“Elements from The Meeting House appear in a number of offerings available in Redbrook’s inventory of homes, all of which continue to draw from the A.D. Makepeace Company’s history in cranberry farming. To help achieve this continuity, Saltonstall Architects designed four of the original prototype houses and the YMCA building across the Village Green. The Valle Group would build the first two neighborhoods to begin their work at Redbrook, and the company’s signature, “homes that beautifully blend indoor and outdoor living,” would fit Redbrook’s theme to perfection. “The home styles we have built are a microcosm of the architecture and finishes in The Meeting House,” says Christian Valle, president of The Valle Group.”
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