PROJECT HIGHLIGHT – 1850 FARMHOUSE INTERIOR RENOVATIONS
One of oldest homes we’ve had the pleasure to work on, this 1850 South Shore farmhouse, located in Middleboro, MA, needed some interior renovations after a water leak on the second floor. Not only did the water damage impact the two bedrooms on the second floor, but also the first floor guest room. After the homeowner shared his vision with us, we got to work bringing it to reality. What resulted are three unique spaces, designed and crafted with timeless appreciation.
The two second floor bedrooms are identical in size – one located on each side of the staircase landing. Used as kid’s bedrooms, we took advantage of the sloped ceilings and installed shiplap for fun character. The white paint brings a modern feel to an old space.
Do you have an old house and restoration goals? Are you looking for an experienced team who will treat your home like their own? We understand the nuances and challenges that come from historic restorations. We also understand the appreciation for reviving a space that has lost it’s charm. Our own office – located in an 1882 carriage barn – was once the heartbeat of a working farm. Years of neglect left it in tough shape. Able to see the potential, we brought it back to life. We added modern conveniences (heat, electricity and air conditioning to name some) but designed and renovated with a craftsman eye. See other historic restoration projects in our portfolio, Including an 18th century home in Ashland and an historic restoration and remodel to a 19th century antique colonial home in Easton that recently won a Contractor of the Year award! Contact us to learn how we may be the partner you’ve been looking for.