A Saltbox House is defined by a two story façade transitioning to one story in the back with a sloped roofline pitched to unite the front with the back of the house. 

Three fundamental characteristics of these homes are:

Stability - solid craftsmanship provides both strength and durability
The advice and services we offer are rooted in how we have approached financings throughout our careers; our work is time-tested, consistent and balanced.

Practicality - simplicity in form driven by function and necessity
We are firm practitioners of developing as straightforward and clean solutions as possible.

Innovation - the one story at the back allowed colonists to avoid the "two story" tax imposed by Queen Anne
Our solution-oriented mindset lends itself to creativity and ingenuity, though not always as elegant as this one.