Restoration work proceeds on this historic home in the Palisades area of New York state. This home was built in the 1870's and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Windows are in process of replacement, with the local company Reilly Windows & Doors lending their expertise to recreating wood profiles and details from the original home. Note the photo showing the exposed stone foundation wall; this area is undergoing extensive restoration, with the removal of a 1940's are sunroom and reconstruction of a canopy matching the original design.
Photos of recent progress at Upper West Side Townhouse. The scaffolding is down at the rear face, allowing the first full view of the rear facade and corner bay windows. On the Interior finish work has begun; sheet rock has been installed and the main level coffer ceiling is taking shape. More updates coming soon!
Windows have been delivered to the site and installation has begun. The metal clad windows are set back 8" from the exterior face brick to emphasize the depth of the load bearing masonry wall. The inside of the openings are clad in 1/4" thick metal panels, powder coated to match the windows. The clean machined edge of the metal panels are designed as a sharp counter point to the rough & irregular texture of the original brick wall.
Selective demolition is well underway at the Hudson River Residence!
This High Victorian Gothic mansion built in 1871, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, requiring that the home's original architectural elements be preserved.
In order to bring the house to its original glory, Dirk Denison Architects and its consultants are performing a thorough restoration work of its impressive masonry exterior, as well as conducting an extensive renovation of the interior of the house.
As you can see in these photos, the landscape around the house has been cleared (including a massive wisteria vine that covered most of the house), some damaged windows have been removed, and the interior is down to the studs in most of the rooms.
Stay tuned for more updates on this exciting project!