Brae Head House

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Brae Head House

This house was originally built in 1912 for male New Yorkers seeking a hunting retreat in the Greenwich countryside. A century later it was literally falling in on itself. Our clients had the choice of tearing it down or embarking on a complete renovation — not only to keep it structurally sound but to create, out of a mishmash of styles, a cohesive architectural design. We were able to retain some charming historic elements and the name, Brae Head, boldly etched in granite. Proudly displaying a new guest wing, porte cochѐre and rear wing, the completely refurbished 8,200 square-foot house is now a stately Georgian Revival.

Location: Greenwich