Green View Building & Design Company, Inc.
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Farmhouse with Shingle Style Addition Restoration

Country: United States
Zip Code: 06796
Farmhouse with Shingle Style Addition Restoration
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Nicholas Jacobs - photo This door and the adjacent mill work was milled using hand planes and tools to reflect traditional details. This includes scrub planed two board wainscoting, beading and chair rail moldings. Floor is cocoa matt.
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Nicholas Jacobs - photo Traditional mill work details created with hand tools. All trim 'bedded' with structolite plaster on wire lathe. Fireplace, dutch oven and hearth restored with simple mantle fabricated around stonework. Dining Table fabricated using cherry as well as the scroll topped 'Hunt Board' at end of room. Door leads into 1908 Shingle Style addition.
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Nicholas Jacobs - photo Restored Porch with steel reinforced Chippendale balustrade system that meets
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Nicholas Jacobs - photo Custom cabinetry for efficient kitchen. Note how traditional divided light window extends down below counter height. Back of back splash finished in charcoal Formica makes counter invisible from outside.
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Nicholas Jacobs - photo Details are curved and flowing within relatively tight confines. Note how risers and treads are curved. Handrail flows into chair rail. Note rosette detail typical on top corners of all door and window trim within 19th century wing of house.
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