Restoration of a Greek Revival

        This is a Greek revival that I helped resurrect in the Dwight neighborhood of New Haven Ct. It was converted to a multi family sometime in the 1930's. 

Greek revival, 1930's additions, Anderson replacement windows.

sunroom, Greek revival

Greek revival before

Anderson replacement windows

for more before pictures,  click picture

for more before pictures, click picture

 Accurate Period Detailing

    The kitchen below is a complete gut and remodel. All millwork to match original. All exterior trim in cypress. Railings, columns, newels and balusters are all fabricated out of mahogany. The wall and chimney between the living room and kitchen was removed.  


Now the living room is part of the kitchen

Wall removed, addition in back. Recycled pine flooring in back room.

Touchstone Cherry Cabinets, White Carrara Top, irregular subway tile, grey grout. The chimney was right in front of you.

A small addition was added to the left of the door, and another to the right of the door. It gave the homeowners a breakfast nook, mudroom, and half bath. Marvin windows match the rest of the house very closely. All moldings were milled to match the house. The hip roof clears the windows and gives the addition a smaller profile. That is the original door from 1925, that was moved. 

Marble hex floor, kohler memoirs tub, subway tile. windows can be a problem. So we built in a shelf, and put in a curtain.

Subway tile, grey grout. hex floor. small apartment bath

honey onyx

subway tile, grey grout

Touchstone cherry  mission cabinets. More drawers than doors.

cherry mission cabinets, small galley kitchen


Brian Casey Building and Remodeling

405 Edgewood Ave.
New Haven Ct. 06511


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