The Johnson-Thomson House C.1750
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Spruce planks, constructed on site by Windhill Builders (island) Absolute black granite, leathered (perimeter)
When it came to designing the renovated kitchen in this historic 1730s house...
Winter 2019 North Shore Home
Winchester, MA - 1915 Dutch Colonial transformation to modern living
A modern-day family finds its place in a 100-year old house. Liza & Peter Kugeler lived in the Dutch Colonial they bought on a quiet street in Winchester with their two sons for a year and a half. "We wanted to get our sea legs before we made any decisions," . . .
December 2015 Feuer Lumber Feature
“Matching Rustic Charm on Marini Farm” by James Basbas
Feuer Lumber – A family-owned lumber supplier located in Atkinson, NH with over five decades of experience — has supplied products for the construction of the newly opened bakery at Marini Farm in Ipswich, MA.
2015 Houzz Tour
A 300 Year-Old Home Adapts to a Modern Family of 7 by Karen Egly-Thompson
“Living in the oldest home in Winchester, Massachusetts, sure has its charms. But with a blended family of seven, Craig and Kate Carswell knew the charm of a 1750 home wasn’t going to sustain their lifestyle for long. As the home had only one full bathroom, their kids would often run to the barn in the mornings and use the outdoor shower to make it to school on time. ‘I’m sure our neighbors saw lots of naked boys in towels running across the backyard,” Kate says, The Carswells desperately needed more room.
October 2015 North Shore Magazine Article
Marini Farm Renovation “Pastures, Produce and Pies” by Charlotte Roth
“An Ipswich staple for more than 75 years, Marini Farm is a favorite of North Shore residents who appreciate local produce and friendly service. This year, the Marini Farm Stand has received a very welcomed facelift with the addition of a state-of-the-art kitchen and bakery.”
October 2015 Boston Globe Magazine
“Restoring an 18th Century North Reading Home” by Jaci Conry
“Working room by room, the owner has freed the post-and-beam house of linoleum and plywood updates from previous owners.”