Sitting comfortably on a 45-acre site in Dutchess County, New York, this elegant home with a temple-like central structure is grand but compact.
The design of this elegant home in the coveted Tuxedo Park neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia evokes the rich history of the area.
Set in a tranquil park-like setting, this elegant estate in Greenwich, Connecticut evokes the architecture of neoclassical French chateau. The exterior pale honey-colored quartzite stone walls and incorporated details such as French windows, scrolling ironwork, and bull’s-eye dormers framed by carved volutes infuse the house with a decisively French character.
This red brick stately mansion in Fredericksburg, Virginia with Greek Revival architecture was originally built in 1834. The four-columned historic landmark has been modernized to include a two story glass enclosure for the stairs between the main residence and the carriage house.
A compact remodeling plan for a private residence in Cincinnati, Ohio created a seamless unified house with room for a new outdoor swimming pool and pool terrace.
This renovated property in Washington DC features beautiful curb appeal, picket fence and manicured grounds.