The owner wanted to build an authentic “Greek Revival” style house. The owner and the architect worked together in conjunction with an historic preservation consultant to research and define the characteristics of the house that best provided historic proportion, character, and detail.
There are three chimneys in the house with a total of 8 fireplaces, each of which was individually designed.
The house also incorporated a ground source heat pump, radiant heat, energy efficient air-to-air heat exchangers for fresh air, and state-of-the-art controls.
Dana Bixby was a Senior Architect at Clark & Green when this project was completed and had overall responsibility for design and construction. The General Contractor was John Cromwell.