Lately we have been re-glazing and installing old windows at the farm. I have found wonderful vintage Tudor diamond shaped casement windows from a 1920's house in Princeton NJ, we will build out to replace the tractor shed windows which are breaking apart. They are in excellent condition and came with ornate solid brass hardware we will save to use elsewhere. The wood stiles are 3/4" thick and stepped inside while the exterior wood ones now have newer glazing. They came painted "White Dove" matching the shed which is amazing. Bill used a biscuit cutter to marry the new wood to the window.
The wonderful new Velox Cabrio balcony skylights would be nice to use on the front roof of Old Farm to the right of the trellis although the pitch is low enough to get a similar effect with two regular skylights installed near the floor while the difference in price is dramatic. A Cabrio costs about $4,100 and a similar sized opening skylight is about $625. The Cabrio is also a more challenging installation as it is larger and comes in two parts which get installed individually.
Also, two skylights could go on the back of the house between the trellises there instead. Velux images via Pinterest.