Comus is a Williamsburg reproduction house built to museum quality specifications. Truly a unique and special creation, it stands out as one of the finest pieces of architecture and construction in the Delmarva tri-state region. Commisioned in the early 1990's it took almost two years to build. It is one of the most enjoyable design exercises I have ever taken part in. It features a 'great room' which has painstakingly proportioned to act as a near perfect sound chamber, like a Stradivarius violin of old. The classical principles of architectural design, the same principles which governed the original design and construction of historic Williamsburg in Virginia, were carefully followed here as well. Certain features elements of historic Williamsburg acted as models for features and elements of this home as well. Ask us about this, it is fun to talk about!