Photography © Bradley M Jones

Following a comprehensive Master Plan, the 1910 Georgian Revival style, 28,000 SF residence was completely renovated and restored. The brick and limestone façade was cleaned, repaired and repointed, including ornate limestone cornice details, classical columns and balustrade, and custom carved bas reliefs depicting local farm laborers. Existing copper roof skylights were uncovered and rebuilt to provide light and ventilation. The mansard roof was completely re slated and the copper gutters and flashing replaced. Existing wood windows were restored and new “invisible” exterior storm windows were installed. Paint analysis yielded the wood trim and shutter paint colors.

All interior lighting fixtures were removed, repaired and rewired, and restored. Original bath fittings were removed and restored with some additional vintage elements added to increase usability and satisfy code compliance. Interior mantels and hearths were restored and all fireplaces returned to working order. New HVAC systems were sensitively integrated.