The restored farmhouse inn boasts casual elegance. Built for a Mennonite minister and his family in 1904, the gleaming white house at HammerSky Vineyards embraces its longtime love and history. Despite the home’s age, its crisp black shutters, second-floor balcony, and cropped boxwood hedge reveal a contemporary aesthetic. It has been described as the Scarlet O’Hara/Great Gatsby House. The couple oriented windows to incorporate views of a centuries-old valley oak, affectionately known as Uncle Dan, and erected a post-and-beam Yankee barn behind the house for special events.