This home in Westchester Country Club was originally built in 1927 and needed complete updating. The client wished to restyle the house and incorporate a master suite, updated bedrooms and baths, a new kitchen and family room, a bar/card room, and a finished basement. This interior includes all new woodworking with custom carvings and finishes — including plaster moldings and designs — and classic Quarter Sawn Oak Floors throughout the home.
The exterior needed complete updating also, including the rear terrace and pool house. The original bricks were no longer in production and were sourced to the original manufacturers, who agreed to make a batch for the home's renovation. The leaded glass windows were rebuilt and replaced with existing reclaimed and modified panes. All the timbers were rebuilt and carved to match the existing home, along with the wooden pegs. The roof was redone with Antique Slate and and copper gutters with patterns imprinted to match the existing antique ones. The rear terrace was redesigned with lawn, flower beds, and sitting areas. The pool house was also completely remodeled to incorporate a covered sitting area.