We have a very unique home.
It was built in the late 80's by two different high school carpentry and masonry classes. One school built the first floor, the second school built the second floor. It is all rough hewn wood paneling inside, pegged stair case, open beams, The schools came together and assembled the house on site with the supervision of the owner who had installed a stone foundation and crawl space under the house. Once put together, the owner installed a stone hearth inside and a decent woodstove. The downstairs was heated and airconditioned with a heat pump, the upstairs was left without ducts and only celing fans. The design was very energy efficient. To look at it from the outside it looks like an old farm house. On the inside it looks somewhat like a log cabin. The floors have an old finish patina, not the typical wood floors of today's' homes. The upstairs is carpeted, and we use room air conditioners and oil filled radiators. It is approx. 2000 square feet.