One of our newest design projects gets underway this month.
The Governor's House holds a prominent position
in the architectural history of its charming New England town.
Built in 1830, this beautiful Georgian house, with its multiple chimneys and classic floor plan,
was the summer home of the state's Civil War-era governor,
whose affluent family also built other historically significant homes nearby.
The new design plan will respect the home's important origins while
making it family-friendly for its young homeowners.
The house is well sited on lovely grounds with mature trees.
The property includes a boat house and former staff quarters which will be
preserved and reimagined for today's lifestyle.
The original carriage house still contains horse stalls, which will be restored as the structure is improved.
Lead paint abatement on the interiors is now complete.
Love the tall windows in the original part of the house.
I look forward to sharing updates as the project progresses.
Thanks to these terrific new clients for trusting us with their future home.
'Til next time.