This historic restoration and addition of a Colonial Revival shingle-style home took the good bones of the original home and transformed it into something both elegant and eminently livable. The addition of a new garage outside the kitchen required careful integration, aligning new and old so seamlessly they became indistinguishable. A traditional service staircase on the third floor had been disconnected from the beauty of the main house, so a new stair was added to bring all the floors together in both practice and style, unifying the home and opening up new living options on the third floor.
Since the owner, committed to both process and result, wanted to be looped in on all elements of the project, Jim set up weekly communication to ensure she was an integral part of the project as it unfolded. The result was a light-filled, sophisticated home with delicate details such as hand-carved balusters that speak quality, and warm, welcoming spaces for conversations, reading, and dining. This detailed collaboration resulted in a striking, unique home with plentiful options for groups both intimate and celebratory.
Architect: Pauli & Uribe Architects
Landscape Design: Robert Hanss Inc.
Interior Design: William Hodgins Interiors
Kitchen Cabinet Design: Kochman Reidt + Haigh
Photographer: Greg Premru