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before renovation


after renovation by oak dd


Rebuilding a Gem

Built in 1900, this antique Gambrel is smaller in size (1000 S.F.) but huge in personality.  

Almost every contractor or realtor that saw it asked why we were not tearing it down.  The answer was simple, it had great bones.

We wanted to create a home on Hersey St that was true to the area.  Classic in its New England design yet functional for today's modern living.  We aggressively pushed this project to completion, creating a beautifully crafted home with no loss of attention to detail or character.

We added 2000 s.f. off the left side of the original structure while completely renovating it inside and out.  The addition has a huge open kitchen/living space, mudroom, two powder rooms, laundry, and an enormous two-car garage on the first floor.  The second floor of the addition boasts a huge master suite with walk-in closet and full bath along with a large bonus room above the garage.  The final project is a 3 bed, 2 and 2 half bath home with a formal living room, dining room, wet bar, eat-in kitchen, and bonus room.  

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