This Greek revival house was renovated with one foot in the past bringing together the history of the Hudson River and keeping it for future generations. The house is recognized in the local historical society as a true gem.
The owner wanted to keep the traditional feel while making it as comfortable to use as possible. There was a lot of light brought in on three sides and the cabinetry was taken to the ceiling at eleven feet to give it a utility/pantry feel. The kitchen opens at the rear to a brick floor sun room being used as the informal dining room. The moldings are reproduced to conform to the existing building along with a two inch thick marble countertop to give a feeling of permanence. The wood floor carries through from the older part of the building, connecting seamlessly to the past.