The south facing living areas of the house were gutted and completely renovated to provide one loft like space.
This lake side family house was completely transformed inside and out into a comfortable retreat.
Restoration of a classical house, studio, gardens and grounds designed by Charles Platt in 1896 for a member of the Cornish Colony.
This distinguished 1810 historic village residence was renovated so the living spaces engage the beautiful garden and extensive grounds that slope to the Ottaquechee River.
Close to downtown Hanover, the structure of a small 1960’s modern house was transformed for improved functionality, comfort and appearance.
The historic structure and rooms of a mid 19th century brick cape were restored while a new timber frame allowed open, contemporary living space that relates sympathetically to the traditional exterior.
Located on a quiet street close to the center of town, little had been done to this house since it was built in 1928.
The additions and renovations to this 1920’s Dutch colonial house were designed to take advantage of the beautifully private in-town lot and improve internal flow.
A two year old house located on the slopes of Moose Mountain was transformed by renovations and key additions.
Additions and renovations to this 19th century farm improved the arrival and entry sequence and transformed the casual living spaces.
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