Row House Designs & Ideas
Four Square Design Studio
photographer: Jennfier Stalvey
The view from the back from this five-story townhouse.
Rear facade in Brooklyn Heights brownstone addition by Ben Herzog, architect in conjunction with designer Elizabeth Cooke-King. Photo by Michael Lee.
Amanda Kirkpatrick Photography
Amanda Kirkpatrick Johann Grobler Architects
Middlefork Development LLC
Beautiful French inspired home in the heart of Lincoln Park Chicago. Rising amidst the grand homes of North Howe Street, this stately house has more than 6,600 SF. In total, the home has seven bedrooms, six full bathrooms and three powder rooms. Designed with an extra-wide floor plan (21'-2"), achieved through side-yard relief, and an attached garage achieved through rear-yard relief, it is a truly unique home in a truly stunning environment. The centerpiece of the home is its dramatic, 11-foot-diameter circular stair that ascends four floors from the lower level to the roof decks where panoramic windows (and views) infuse the staircase and lower levels with natural light. Public areas include classically-proportioned living and dining rooms, designed in an open-plan concept with architectural distinction enabling them to function individually. A gourmet, eat-in kitchen opens to the home's great room and rear gardens and is connected via its own staircase to the lower level family room, mud room and attached 2-1/2 car, heated garage. The second floor is a dedicated master floor, accessed by the main stair or the home's elevator. Features include a groin-vaulted ceiling; attached sun-room; private balcony; lavishly appointed master bath; tremendous closet space, including a 120 SF walk-in closet, and; an en-suite office. Four family bedrooms and three bathrooms are located on the third floor. This home was sold early in its construction process. Nathan Kirkman
Delson or Sherman Architects pc
Hudson Place Realty
Property Marketed by Hudson Place Realty - Style meets substance in this circa 1875 townhouse. Completely renovated & restored in a contemporary, yet warm & welcoming style, 295 Pavonia Avenue is the ultimate home for the 21st century urban family. Set on a 25’ wide lot, this Hamilton Park home offers an ideal open floor plan, 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and a private outdoor oasis. With 3,600 sq. ft. of living space, the owner’s triplex showcases a unique formal dining rotunda, living room with exposed brick and built in entertainment center, powder room and office nook. The upper bedroom floors feature a master suite separate sitting area, large walk-in closet with custom built-ins, a dream bath with an over-sized soaking tub, double vanity, separate shower and water closet. The top floor is its own private retreat complete with bedroom, full bath & large sitting room. Tailor-made for the cooking enthusiast, the chef’s kitchen features a top notch appliance package with 48” Viking refrigerator, Kuppersbusch induction cooktop, built-in double wall oven and Bosch dishwasher, Dacor espresso maker, Viking wine refrigerator, Italian Zebra marble counters and walk-in pantry. A breakfast nook leads out to the large deck and yard for seamless indoor/outdoor entertaining. Other building features include; a handsome façade with distinctive mansard roof, hardwood floors, Lutron lighting, home automation/sound system, 2 zone CAC, 3 zone radiant heat & tremendous storage, A garden level office and large one bedroom apartment with private entrances, round out this spectacular home.
The glass box encloses an area previously unused
Please see this Award Winning project in the October 2014 issue of New York Cottages & Gardens Magazine: NYC&G http://www.cottages-gardens.com/New-York-Cottages-Gardens/October-2014/NYCG-Innovation-in-Design-Winners-Kitchen-Design/ It was also featured in a Houzz Tour: Houzz Tour: Loving the Old and New in an 1880s Brooklyn Row House http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/29691278/list/houzz-tour-loving-the-old-and-new-in-an-1880s-brooklyn-row-house Photo Credit: Hulya Kolabas
The facade of this 1840's Victorian Townhouse was restored to its original elegance. The front stoop and entry doors were rebuilt as well as the cornice and window details. Interior Design by Barbara Gisel and Mary Macelree.
This project is the full interior renovation and exterior restoration of an 1890’s rowhouse in the Kalorama district of Washington, DC. The full exterior restoration included removing the paint from the front facade, repairing the stone base where damaged, and restoring the historic front door and all of the windows. Photo by Anice Hoachlander
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
Rear external of contemporary townhouse in London. The space features a double height void including a statement contemporary chandelier over the kitchen. The Living Room above is linked to the Kitchen by a feature glass, powered coated steel and walnut open tread staircase. Dramatic two story floor to ceiling glazing on the back of the house gives views to the garden from both the kitchen and living room.
Dennison and Dampier Interior Design
Duke Street exterior