Located at 314 Hicks Street in Brooklyn Heights, New York, this beautiful home with Brownstone architecture was newly constructed in keeping with the traditional style. The elegant contemporary interior decor makes the home a modern but traditionally detailed space.
This elegant home on a tree-lined street in Willowtown is a perfect blend of 19th century architecture and 21st century construction and interior design.
This historically significant Neo-Classical home located in Pacific Heights, San Francisco was built in 1906 and designed by renowned architect Julius E. Krafft.
The 8,335 sq. ft. home features a stunning entrance portico, grand wooden staircase, formal living room, formal dining room, parlor, gourmet kitchen with breakfast area, indoor solarium, 6 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms.
Originally built in 1915, this Southampton estate on Long Island, New York has been restored to its original grandeur. The intimate elegant rooms offer the finest details. The interior design has a contemporary country feel. This luxury home with 18,000 square feet of interior living space overlooks 9 acres of beautiful landscaping. The resort-like home also features indoor pool, outdoor pool, tennis court, and a 4-car-garage.
This stunning home on 3855 Washington Street in Presidio Heights in San Francisco, California offers metropolitan living in a quiet, private setting. The luxury home is built on an extra wide lot and intentionally pulled back from the street for privacy. Inside the house, the Pièce de résistance are the large glass doors that open onto the tranquil garden which is accessible from both kitchen & formal dining rooms.
This spectacular estate located on Mandeville Canyon Road in Los Angeles, California is reminiscent of a home in the horse country of Kentucky. The classic architectural elements are incorporated with the functionality and luxury living of today’s modern family. The home is informal yet spacious with park-like grounds of a equestrian estate.
Houses within the historic district in Concord, Massachusetts must maintain the town’s historic character as defined by the Historic District Commission. This 1890s residence was redesigned by Estes Twombly Architects and taken back to its simplest form. The architects succeeded in modernizing the house while paying homage to its history.