1940s Georgian

    Dating to 1948, this stately, white brick residence, like many of its era, possessed an inadequate master suite, outdated service kitchen, and limited connection to the landscape.  Despite the home’s disrepair, the new owners were captivated by its classical proportions and detailing.  Recognizing the possibilities, they commissioned Dalgliesh Gilpin Paxton Architects to infuse the house with a modern flow and aesthetic to complement their lifestyle and showcase existing collections of furniture and artwork.

    "Bob and David took an old house with great bones and made it very livable for the 21st century - great light and great interiors incorporating our art work and preferred color scheme."— Client


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    Architecture, Master Planning, Interior Design