Patrick Rogers Photography
This lovely home was built in 1936 in the Cotswold style of Tudor Revival. The current owners are only the fourth since construction and the house is rich in original detail and features that they value. The prior renovation added valuable space but was not in keeping with the style. We were fortunate to have archival blueprints, sketches, and construction photographs to reference in making architecturally sensitive changes. Primary objectives were to add a second child’s bedroom and create a parents’ bedroom with attached walk-in closet and full bath. The existing rear dormer wraps the corner to engage the addition roof. The complicated geometry of roof connections and relationships of new to existing were studied in SketchUp.