Mountain North

The house was originally built in 1902. During its life, it endured various additions and remodels.  Around 2000, we had the opportunity to do a comprehensive renovation and addition to get all of the parts working together as they should.


  • The third floor once accommodated a fraternity.
  • 120 year old footprints of a tiny child are in the concrete of the basement.
  • We designed a side entry door, only to discover that there had been a door in that location originally.
  • This home has a dumbwaiter.
  • Light oil finish on original pocket doors.
  • Triple-hung windows in sunroom - fancy!
  • Blue porch ceiling may discourage wasp nests.
  • This house is ready for the next 120 years!
  • Exterior paint palette recommended by historical color consultant.
  • Build it right, and it will last for generations.
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You can't make a new old thing.