Cottage Home Design

This new home project has a cottage feel and incorporates exterior finishes ranging from cedar siding, shake roofing, copper roof and historically correct design details. It was built in two phases with the garage and vehicular breezeway constructed as the second phase in 2004.

Project Year: Pre-2005

Project Cost: $1,000,001 - $1,500,000

Country: United States

Old World Materials Blended with New- Loudoun County​

This project was an addition and renovation to a home in an historic district. The two-story wood sided addition includes a kitchen, mudroom, master bedroom, master bathroom and walk in closet. The addition incorporates architectural details and scale in keeping with the period of the original home. Renovations of the house include refinishing hardwood floors, wall finishes as well as plumbing, electrical and mechanical upgrades. A workshop structure was also added at the back of the property.

 

Project Year: 2011

Project Cost: $200,001 - $500,000

Historic Farmhouse Kitchen- Loudon County

 

The kitchen was part of a complete renovation of a historic home. We did the entire kitchen, master suite and build a new basement. The project is located in the Historic District with interior and exterior easements (limitations). The clients were looking for a farmhouse kitchen look given the period of the house.
 

Project Cost: $500,001 - $750,000

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Renovation and Addition - 
Loudoun County

The garage was added to let the homeowners store equipment and personal vehicles inside. Within a historic district in Loudoun County, it was imperative to keep with traditional designs and styling. A black standing seam metal roof was laid atop the structure with a farmhouse styled cupola in the middle. Some modern garage doors resembling barn doors as well as black shutters on each side window were added to provide the garage with more character. Small dormers were added to let in more natural lighting. 

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New Home with Old World Features- Loudon County

 

This project is a new home incorporating historically accurate materials and details and to meet the clients expectations of a house that look as if it had been added to over time. Using various roof heights and offsets in the volumes of the various spaces allowed for the use of different exterior finishes such as stone, painted siding and board and batten adding to the effect of having been constructed over time. The project involved entire estate planning, driveway access, a two level pond and farm outbuildings The timbers framed hearth room on the back of the house incorporates heavy timber framed walls, chinking and a cedar shake roof.

Project Year: 2007

Project Cost: $1,000,001 - $1,500,000

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1935 Renovation & Addition- Loudoun County

A renovation and addition to a 1935 home on a beautiful farm estate. The additions included the enlargement of the kitchen and a covered porch on the back, a pool bathroom addition to the side of the house and enclosure of a side porch as a mudroom. Renovations were made to the kitchen, all bathrooms, bedroom, closets, laundry room, mudroom and interior floor and wall finishes, slate roof repairs and repointing of the stonework. The electrical, plumbing and mechanical systems were also upgraded. 

Project Year: 2006

Project Cost: $1,000,001 - $1,500,000

Country: United States

Farm House with Updated Charm - Lovettsville, Virginia

 

On a private estate, this farmhouse has been spruced up to be part of the moddern era.  Sticking to its traditional roots, this renovation was to make this home more future friendly for its current residents.  A simple design, but big in change; the added space provided its owners with ample space to read, relax, or host a party.  With favorable space available, a private pond, and bright sunshine this home has become an excellent place to live and grow for many years to come.  

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Renovation and Addition - Leesburg, Virginia

 

This project is a renovation and addition to an farm estate property in Loudoun County. A Hearth Room/Kitchen and Mudroom/Back Hall was added as well as a new private back staircase, and caterer's kitchen. The kitchen cabinetry was salvaged and additional cabinets purchased to complete the design. The client has an extensive fossil collection and a few of the fossils were incorporated into the into the interior stonework of the back hall.

Project Year: 2015

Project Cost: $200,001 - $500,000

Country: United States

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Barn Conversion - Loudoun County

 

This board and batten clad barn was renovated to provide the clients with a heated and cooled finished interior space. Located in an historic district, the project was designed to maintain the exterior character of the original barn while updating the interior.. The barn was lifted and the stone foundation repaired then lowered back onto the foundation. The space between the original post and beam framework was renovated to insulate the building and create a watertight envelope. Since the original post and beam framework was infilled on the interior side of the original exterior wall, a new post and beam framework was constructed on the inside of the original structure. Working closely with a timber frame contractor to locate hardwood for the new interior timber framing, a barn that had been dismantled in Massachusetts was located and purchased to provide the needed material. A completely new interior frame was constructed inside the original frame to create the finished spaces shown in the photographs below. A large portion of the interior vertical boards and hardwood flooring were reclaimed from the original barns interior material.

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Traditional Home for Modern Life - Loudoun County

 

This new house is located on a farm estate in Western Loudoun County. Using natural materials and period details the home reflects the vernacular style of stone farm home yet provides modern amenities along with it's timeless appeal. The stone surrounding the main entrance door was reclaimed from a home in France.

Project Year: 2006

Project Cost: More than $2,000,000

Country: United States

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A Waterfront Retreat - Oxford, Maryland

This project is a new waterfront weekend retreat located at the mouth of Town Creek in Oxford, Maryland. The 8,000 sf. home includes comfortable, relaxing rooms with expansive windows and doors, opening the home to views of the inlet as well as outdoor entertainment areas. The design includes a two-car attached garage, a two-car detached garage with a garden shed, a swimming pool, a summer kitchen, wetland shore planting features, and a boat deck. 

Designed for relaxed family gatherings, the project incorporates coastal exterior detailing including ancient Chinese elm flooring, painted wood built-ins and trim, various wainscot details, multiple fireplaces, screed porch, game-room, steam shower, sauna, and five bedroom suites.

Project Year: 2012

Project Cost: $1,500,000

Country: United States

 

 

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