One of his first gifts to the woman he would later marry —she was 16 or 17 at the time—was a Saratoga trunk, “metal, with a dome top,” she recalls. Their romance evolved along with their growing collection of antique objects and furnishings. “We love attending antiques shows,” she says. “For the two of us it’s a hobby.”
How better to memorialize a long and successful union than through a house that showcases this shared passion? Even its name, Weathervane Farm, refers to a beloved collection.