Steve and Elissa had already faithfully restored their 18th-century main house in Weston and now wanted to add some fun to the property. They chose to build a new timber-framed barn on the site of their old barn... only this one was made for kids and sleepovers, instead of hay and horses.
Our clients knew they had found their dream home the minute they laid eyes on it. The exterior may have fallen into disrepair, but the interior millwork was largely untouched and simply magnificent.
We were fortunate to be trusted to restore this magnificent Colonial Revival home. Once threatened with demolition, this home is now once again an architectural gem.
A contemporary waterfront home utilizing the latest in modular, offsite construction technology.
This Queen Anne Victorian was in a state of disrepair when our client Rishi embarked on bringing it back to its former glory. The project involved renovating a new period-style kitchen and building a small addition at the rear.
Our clients found a charming but well... tired gambrel home on the South Shore. With great passion they embarked on a multi-year project to give it new life.
This couple knew from past experience (the bad kind) that when it came to choosing a contractor, “fit” was critical. Selecting the right builder for any job can be a challenge, but never more so than with an old house renovation.
The new owners of this distinct historic property in Brookline, MA had an urgent request. They needed the carriage house quickly gutted and renovated to make it livable for them for a year or two while the design and renovation of the adjacent main house were carried out. We got it done.
Our clients owned a really unique “Carpenter Gothic” style home in the suburbs south of Boston. They loved its fantastic architectural details. The problem was that it was much too small for their family. They asked us to build an addition that would blend seamlessly with the original.
We carried out extensive structural repairs and updated all of the systems in this 19th century house with minimal impact to its historic character. The addition was carefully detailed to match the main house, right down to the custom reproduction window sash.
This 1882 Cambridge Queen Anne was a prime candidate for a historic restoration. While it had fallen into disrepair, evidence of its former glory remained: a stunning foyer staircase, original oak trim & paneling and inlaid wood flooring. We worked with Frank Shirley Architects to breathe new life to the tired space.
A country kitchen renovation and addition focused on maintaining period detail and charm and historic character while also intregating modern touches such as concealed appliances.
A complex restoration and enlargement of an 1830 Greek Revival home and barn with a two-story addition.
A whole-house renovation of an old home in Winchester, bringing a more contemporary flavor to the inside. The owners wanted the kitchen and bath to have more of an edge to them.
Our clients own an impressive ca. 1890 Shingle Style home just south of Boston. They had hired a contractor to do some interior renovations but were not pleased with the experience. They knew that the exterior needed a firm with extensive renovation and restoration experience so when they found us, they were thrilled.
Old house renovations are a balancing act, a constant tension between preserving the elements that make the building special while making it work for a modern family. Nowhere is this process more evident than in this kitchen, which went from old, dark, and inhospitable to bright, spacious, and tailored to family needs.
A complete transformation of a run-down, un-used carriage house into a comfortable and chic oasis.
A beautiful sunroom, a new family room, and a gorgeous walk-out deck all gracefully tied into an early 18th century home.
Our collaborative partner helped create an enclosed shell for this new prefab home in less than two weeks. These types of homes are extremely airtight and well insulated, making for comfortable and healthy spaces.
We added a lovely front porch and a large addition to the rear of this home, both matching the style and beauty of the existing architecture.
Our clients wanted a new, energy efficient home in a traditional style so they hired the legendary architectural firm Royal Barry Wills for the design. We were thrilled to build it.