Marren Architects restored this historic home from 1874 in accordance with Ellicott City’s Historic District design guidelines. The German lap side was severely deteriorated and much of the millwork of the porch was infested and had rotted out. We reproduced the siding profile and the porch pilaster designs to match the existing historic millwork. The shutters and windows were repaired and repainted. Three bathrooms were redesigned with period-appropriate penny-shaped and carrera marble ceramic tile as well as furniture vanities.
The small cramped kitchen in the dining room was demolished and an interior anteroom was re-purposed with an all-new kitchen with a quartz-topped island as the central gathering area of the home.
Deteriorated granite steps that were carved into the hillside of the property were replaced with new granite steps and the paving and landscape was replaced.
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