Traditional Townhouse

Queen Anne Rowhouse

We converted this Queen Anne rowhouse in the Cobble Hill Historic District from a two-family to a one-family home.

After Rear façade of a Cobble Hill townhouse after our renovation with two floors of wall-to-wall glazing at twilight
Before White painted brick rear façade of a Cobble Hill townhouse before our renovation
A double-height rear addition with floor-to-ceiling windows showcases the sculptural stair at the rear of the house.
After View from kitchen with light washed wood cabinets looking back to an open staircase and floor-to-ceiling windows looking out to the rear yard.
Before Kitchen with white subway tiles and shaker-style white cabinets before our renovation of a Cobble Hill rowhouse
Careful modern insertions seamlessly blend with the traditional, historic elements of the home.
Circular kitchen table with black chairs, next to a white Scandinavian fireplace, in a double height space underneath a spiraling staircase.
Rear yard with one large tree, lots of flowers and landscaping, and winding stone pavers throughout.
View from staircase of the kitchen in the middle of a Cobble Hill home with blue countertops and white cabinetry.
Parlor level seating area with blue velvet couch, velvet chairs, and a wood staircase leading upstairs.
Terrace with stone pavers, a white table, and four green outdoor chairs looking at treetops.
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