After these stunning renovations, this historic home boast the best modern amenities while maintaining its original character.
Browse the before-and-after photos and get inspired for your own remodel.
Built in 1745, this two-story masonry house in New Canaan, CT
had a lot going for it before its renovation.
The residence featured numerous architectural details designed by turn-of-the-century architect Frederick Lehmer, including three types of wood flooring and salvaged original wallpaper.
Oncebeautiful wood carvings that sat atop masonry columns on the porch. However, the home’s original porch steps made it difficult to enter – one of the main reasons the homeowners decided to remodel. They wanted the front porch rebuilt and a large porch landing constructed, yet they also wanted to maintain the historical character of their home.