This stately Colonial home featuring both a large classically adorned five-part façade with curved portico and a story-and-a-half folk style wing is emblematic of 18th century architectural expansions to early American farm houses.
Complementing a 1930s brick main house, this pool house is well-used family space that provides ample opportunity for outdoor fun while maintaining the English Tudor charm of this Connecticut property.
A new traditional clubhouse with a covered porch, centered on the courts, provided this club with much-needed amenities. Due to its poor location in a flood zone, a full renovation was necessary to save this tennis pavilion, which sports a number of improvements.
Inspired by the follies of great French estates, this pool house features two whimsically designed cabanas joined by a pergola-covered open loggia. Framed with Doric columns, the terrace provides an inviting outdoor space with an ample lounging area for entertainment throughout the year.
This stunning home was recently renovated following a number of poor renovations since the 1950's. By reclaiming the stone first floor and adding a slate roof and traditional cornice, the home was transformed from a once gracious 1890's shingle style home without enlarging the footprint.