Project Description

Spinnerstown Stone House

This project is unique in that we were challenged with taking two distinct stone buildings that had been vacant for years and sited only about 40 feet apart. They had been individual residences on an old peach farm. The zoning for the property allowed only one residence on the lot and our client wanted to maintain both original structures to create one residence from both structures. The resulting exterior aesthetic was a successful blending of old and new. Careful consideration was given to the scale and proportion of the original buildings and the central new addition joining the two structures. The goal was for the new portion to look as if it had been there all along. As with all of our projects, our clients were an integral part of the design process and extremely satisfied with the results. This whole house renovation captures the essence of a traditional colonial farmhouse. Although it was originally built as two distinct dwellings at two different times, it now has all the character of a single family home that sits handsomely on the site. The interior blends seamlessly with the new central core and updated existing interiors. The walnut kitchen and custom stair and railings are rich in detail and create a warm central living space to the home.

LOCATION: Spinnerstown, PA

SCOPE: Addition, Renovation, Historic Restoration, Custom Millwork

AWARDS: Qualified Remodeler 2017 Master Design Awards: Historic Renovation, Qualified Remodeler 2017 Master Design Awards: Bathroom Less than $50K

PRESS: Qualified Remodeler: Historic Renovation: Bridging the Gap

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Spinnerstown Stone House

LOCATION: Spinnerstown, PA

SCOPE: Addition, Renovation, Historic Restoration, Custom Millwork

AWARDS: Qualified Remodeler 2017 Master Design Awards: Historic Renovation, Qualified Remodeler 2017 Master Design Awards: Bathroom Less than $50K

PRESS: Qualified Remodeler: Historic Renovation: Bridging the Gap

This project is unique in that we were challenged with taking two distinct stone buildings that had been vacant for years and sited only about 40 feet apart. They had been individual residences on an old peach farm. The zoning for the property allowed only one residence on the lot and our client wanted to maintain both original structures to create one residence from both structures. The resulting exterior aesthetic was a successful blending of old and new. Careful consideration was given to the scale and proportion of the original buildings and the central new addition joining the two structures. The goal was for the new portion to look as if it had been there all along. As with all of our projects, our clients were an integral part of the design process and extremely satisfied with the results. This whole house renovation captures the essence of a traditional colonial farmhouse. Although it was originally built as two distinct dwellings at two different times, it now has all the character of a single family home that sits handsomely on the site. The interior blends seamlessly with the new central core and updated existing interiors. The walnut kitchen and custom stair and railings are rich in detail and create a warm central living space to the home.

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