In 2015, we began a meticulous renovation of our 1917 Craftsman Bungalow home with a view of completing it for its 100th birthday.
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We fell in love with this Victorian and hope the buyer will, too.
A couple planning to downsize instead took on the restoration of a large, important house built in 1796: “We’d done a series of renovations, but nothing could prepare us for this project.”
Sometimes, what is retained is as important as what is renovated or added. Small things and the right details in a cottage renovation can bring back the joy.
Many people would have passed right by this modest Greek Revival house, but one man saw history worth saving.
A decrepit homestead was theirs to interpret in Victorian fashion when this couple stepped up to save it (and the barn) from ruin. Now it’s exquisite.
A McKim, Mead & White house gets some thoughtful kitchen and bath updates.
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