We started with an historic home on a dirt road in the countryside of Massachusetts which had been uninhabited for several years. Our clients came along at just the right time to resurrect this beautiful bit of history.
By carefully preserving the antique portions of the home while renovating and adding to the newer sections, we were able to create a home that has a foot in several centuries. Best of all it still feels comfortable on that tiny dirt road.
I saw this on Houzz and was so impressed. I’ve admired your architecture for years. This was just another James Crisp beauty. You respected the original house yet made it utterly comfortable for a modern family. It’s my dream to have you build us a house someday.
Thanks a lot!
My grandparents bought this house in 1912 and I spent many happy summers there until our family sold the house in 2003. Your photos of the renovation are beautiful but I can’t visualize where the rooms are. If there is a fireplace in the kitchen it must have been moved to the front part of the house. Could you send me a floor plan? I would love to see how the space was used.
That was a neat old home to begin with. I’ll send it to you today. Jimmy Crisp