Tudor Revival

Built in the 1920s, this gracious stone and stucco Tudor Revival required complete renovation of all interior systems as well as additions to accommodate a contemporary lifestyle. A new family room, kitchen and breakfast room replaced the isolated staff kitchen; a wenge wood library gracefully connects the original house to the new poolside family room and exercise area. The now 10,200 square-foot house combines attention to detailing characteristic of the Revival style with an appreciation of textured materials: stone, slate roofs, copper gutters, and heavy oak timbers.



1920’s English Arts and Crafts Revived
Classic Watch Hill Shingle Style
Reviving an Iconic Henry Bacon House from 1903
Sustainability Meets Design
Shore Colonial on the Sound
Victorian Revived
Sabine Farm
Cottage Expanded
19th Century Clapboard Ridge
1913 Craftsman House
New Life for Historic Shingle Style
Mid-Century Modern Revived
18th Century Property Revived