- A. Kimball House, C. 1690, Ipswich, Ma
First Period House Restoration.
Captain Sutton House, C. 1687, Ipswich, MA
The Captain Sutton House has been disassembled and re-built saving 95% of the original structure. A major restoration project complete with additions, kitchen cabinetry, and custom woodwork throughout. This house also features a shop built classic Doric entryway.
- Cordwainer's Shop,
C. 1750, Ipswich, MA
This frame was saved from across the Ipswich River and moved to the Day-Dodge House property. The exterior is entirely clad in White Oak,
the choice wood of early builders.
C. 1637, Ipswich, MA
Honored with the 2008 Mary P. Conley Preservation Award by The Ipswich Historical Commission. A major restoration project including sill repair, kitchen cabinetry, and custom woodwork throughout.
- Essex Barn
A timberframe barn restoration in Essex, MA .
- Fairbanks House, Ashburnham, MA
A large addition with cabinetry and traditional features throughout
- Hart House, C. 1690, Lynnfield, MA
Classic saltbox C. 1690 with a cedar shingled roof. The lower pitch lean-to required custom steamed shingles to accommodate the bend.
- Lummus House, C. 1715, Ipswich, MA
The Summer Beam in the Hall (which had been removed) and sills were replaced in this house as part of the restoration work.
- Well House, Ashburnham, MA
A landmark feature in Ashburnham located on Meeting House Hill with custom steam bent shingles.