Historic homes are a window into our past. The craftsmanship, the architectural design, the materials, provide a tangible glimpse into the lives of those who came before us. This grand home is an important example of an intact Tudor Revival estate, and was originally built in 1906 by architect J. Everett Chandler. This piece of history needed to be faithfully re-created while ensuring it is ready to withstand at least another century.
Youngblood Builders is adept at remaining true to original elements while helping reimagine living spaces for contemporary life. Our modes of living have changed dramatically over the last 100 years and our knowledge of best building practices for health, safety, and energy efficiency have changed as well. This historic home had significant wear and tear and needed a spectacular full renovation that remained true to its roots, while updating to modern standards of excellence and energy conservation.
The marriage of the past and present results in something unique. A home that reflects who we once were, who we are now, and perhaps even where we are headed.
Architect: LDa Architecture & Interiors
Interior Designer: LDa Architecture & Interiors
Landscape Design: Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design
Landscape Construction: Michael S. Coffin
Photographer: Greg Premru