The Crocker Pond House was designed to face 12 degrees East of South, for maximum passive solar gain. The house is also super-insulated. It is a very "green" environment. The bathroom floors have radiant heat for those chilly winter mornings!
The Living Room features a brick-and-granite fireplace and a wall of windows looking out to the mountains.
Plenty of comfy chairs for you to stretch out and relax.
The Dining Room is a warm, rusty red with a deck offering outdoor breakfast if desired. Itís a congenial setting for an extra cup of our Fair Trade coffee and an opportunity to talk with other guests.
The Library on the balcony is a cozy spot with a small wood stove. The eaved nook on the stair landing is a favorite spot of children for playing a game or reading a book
THE OFFICE OF STUART CROCKER ARCHITECT was established in 1978 by Stuart R. Crocker, AIA to provide architectural design, construction documentation and construction administration services to serve the area on the northwest coast of British Columbia, Canada around the port city of Prince Rupert.
In 1991 Mr. Crocker established an office in Bethel, Maine working as a sole practitioner providing architectural services to the Western Maine area.
Stuart R. Crocker earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the five year professional program at the University of Utah School of Architecture, Salt Lake City, Utah in 1971. After serving a three year internship at the Boston firm of Steffian and Bradley Mr. Crocker was registered as an architect in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 1975. Upon moving to Canada in 1976 Mr. Crocker became registered as an architect in the Province of British Columbia, Canada.
Mr. Crocker is registered as an architect in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts and holds a certificate from the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards allowing practice in all 50 states. Mr. Crocker is a member of the American Institute of Architects and active in its Maine Chapter and continuing education program.