Eat-in kitchen in renovated Georgian
Photo: Laura Moss
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Structural Solutions

Working with Raymond and local architect/historical consultant Wilfred Tressler, the couple fleshed out a coherent design that would be acceptable to the town's historical commission. They gutted the old service wing—a rabbit warren of atttic maid's quarters—from basement to rafters, making ample room for a modern kitchen, a powder room, and a mudroom area, with an upstairs master suite. The redesigned kitchen was linked to the sunroom through a new eating area, which transformed the U-shaped structure into an O that allows the family to move easily around the ground floor without having to retrace their steps.
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