Can a House be More than a House?
It can. Sometimes a house is a storyteller. It can tell us of the people who have passed through it, the history it has witnessed and of the land it occupies. Cragfont tells of days and nights of restless children and too many house guests, of a war weary General home from defeat, and enslaved people seeking autonomy while always under the watchful eyes of their owners. These stories of the past give us roots.