Villanova, PA. A 7,000 Sq/ft addition to an architecturally significant house designed in 1921 by Mellor, Meigs & Howe, nationally known architects of the early 20th century. The challenge was to incorporate an existing, awkwardly positioned in-ground pool into an addition to the main house. Existing stables were converted to guest quarters, offices and a workout area and connected to the new pool/hot tub enclosure.
Washington Crossing, PA. A new 8,000 Sq/ft home with many amenities including a 3-story family room with fireplace, a conservatory, a media room, a large eat-in kitchen, 4 bedrooms and a large master bedroom suite.
Bucks County, PA. A restoration and home addition for a circa 1793 stone home. Existing stucco was removed and the stone re-pointed. The new addition includes a large kitchen and two bedrooms including a new master suite.
The projects featured on this page consist of residential additions.