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Elegant brick exterior home photo in New York
Ben Herzog
Ben Herzog
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Brooklyn Heights Addition

Two story addition on the back of a landmarked brownstone. Brooklyn Heights brownstone renovation by Ben Herzog, Architect in conjunction with designer Elizabeth Cooke-King. Photo by Michael Lee.

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Dana Litz wrote:September 11, 2012
Can you give me the dimensions of this balcony? I LOVE it!

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    Ben Herzog
    Thanks! It is 13'-6" long by 5'-6" wide (+/-7'-0" wide at the curve)
  • andelon
    What was the cost?
rblaylock59 wrote:November 17, 2012
How is the slate and brick set in the patio. Mortar? Or on crushed granite with a mortar set border?

  • Colleen Connor

    Love, love, love this patio. Especially the raised garden bed brick walls. It exactly what I want for my tiny yard. The patio bricks, are they old too? They are actual bricks, not pavers, right? Are they easy to find? We are north of Boston, I don't want to use pre-made pavers, the ones I see are unattractive. My garden is already established. I am afraid I would have to dig it all up.

  • Colleen Connor

    the grass is a losing battle. And when the plants are dormant, it all looks very uninviting.

phylmyers1102 wrote:March 1, 2013
Lovely trim color. Can you please tell me the color and mfg of paint? Thank you.

  • dmcontos
    Where to get french doors with the black sashes ? Are they woood or metal?
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    Ben Herzog
    These doors are from Marvin. They are 'clad'- i.e. aluminum wrapped over wood, so they are wood on the interior side and aluminum on the exterior.
mbg13 wrote:August 2, 2013
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    Ben Herzog
    Hi- It was in the house and was probably original plaster detailing from the 1840s or 1850s.
jm623 wrote:May 3, 2014
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    Ben Herzog
    hi- the screens are retractable, the doors are Marvin wood clad with aluminum
amylurn wrote:January 16, 2015
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    Ben Herzog
    Hi- we actually re-used the original 1848 bricks that were removed from the rear wall when we created the large opening into the addition so we didn't purchase anything.
  • amylurn
    That's why it looks so good!!!! Thanks!!!!!!
Wailuka wrote:June 4, 2016
Who fabricated the railings, nice!

    jpdub17 wrote:November 7, 2016
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      Ben Herzog

      Hi- A lot of the exterior cladding is 'Accoya' an acetylated-wood product that resists rot and does not need to be painted frequently.

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