Complete renovation of a 1904 neo-classical-styled residence. The home had been converted into 2 apartments in the 1970’s and included the elimination of four arched openings, random room subdivisions, and the concealing of an ornate oak paneled staircase.
The interior renovation combined historically accurate restoration of most elements and the introduction of amenities to serve modern life such as an open kitchen/family room relationship and a master bedroom suite. In addition to the restoration of many of the original eleven stained-glass windows, the design sensitively incorporates modern heat and air conditioning ducting, a new electrical system, and lighting. The exterior renovation includes complete wood siding restoration, a period landscape plan to accent the architecture, and elegant brick and bluestone walls and patios.