The glass porch on the street side entrance is a staging area for Burke's daily maintenance chores. He also stacks wood. The House's many fireplaces are regularly used.
George Burke hosts a Harvest BBQ each Autumn. Here he introduces a Seguine Equestrian Center performance as part of the festivities.
Burke just completed this classic style pergola to replace the time-worn structure in the same place. When he discovered the columns lying around the property years ago, he was struck by how their style harmonized with the Greek Revival columns on The House's verandahs.
Above: George Burke designed and constructed this elegant pergola to grace the grounds to the right side of The Joseph H. Seguine House. It stood for many years.
Below: A champion of adaptive reuse, Burke rescued these graceful columns from the ruins of a much older pergola on the property, stacking them in a corner of the yard behind The House. Because their style harmonized with The House, he knew one day he would use them.