"The level of detail and adherence to my client's specific needs and faithfulness to the original style of the home were paramount."
This home was in the original 1936 condition with an underwhelming 1960’s kitchen modification. We removed all exterior finish materials and 60% of the framework. An additional 2500 square feet was added to the house as well as a garage apartment to match. The level of detail and adherence to my client’s specific needs and faithfulness to the original style of the home were paramount.
All new materials were in keeping with the original Regency Georgian style of architecture. The exterior cornice was tide water red cypress and Honduran mahogany. All doors and shutters were hand milled Honduran mahogany. The garage doors are hand milled cypress. Roofing is Vermont green gray slate with lead coated copper flashing and gutters.
We constructed a custom oversized lathe to turn the Honduran mahogany columns throughout the exterior of this project. The Chinese Chippendale balcony rail was also constructed from Honduran mahogany.