The small-scale of 19th century Greek Revival house is described as "highly detailed, yet unpretentious." The house suffered two complete renovations in the last six years, leaving no detail from it’s Greek Revival origins still intact. We took on the task of reviving it. Removing these renovation "details" essentially resulted in taking everything down to the structural framing.
Every single room was designed to reflect the building's 1845 beginnings. New millwork included: cornices, bases, wainscoting, floor to ceiling wood paneling, and three new fireplace mantels. Details were corrected to elegantly resemble the Greek proportions.
The result was a charming house reflecting the 19th century period yet seamlessly integrated into 21st century practicality.