Adjacent to conservation lands and overlooking the Sudbury River from bucolic Nashawtuc Hill, this Shingle Style house was built circa 1900. Design Associates was asked to renovate the interior as well as design period-appropriate additions, giving this residence restrained prominence fitting for the property.
The interior organization was carefully arranged serving and served spaces throughout the four levels of the house. The serving spaces emphasize circulation and back of house activities, while the served spaces are for living, and open on to the green gardens, offer sweeping river views. The addition and renovations gracefully accommodate the needs of the owner's large family.
Photos: Eric Roth
Renovation / Addition
Interior: Kristin Paton Interiors
Landscape: Gregory Lombardi Design