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Old 11-09-2005, 11:38 AM   #1
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these are some interior photos of a house near boston.


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Awesome house !
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Thanks, I had a lot of help from a very talented cabinet maker and general contractor. There is a separate carriage house/barn half of which became an 18 ft tall office space. The scale is difficult to judge. Look for the top of the door at the left of the office photo. The tops of the windows are 9-4 above the floor.

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stair to roof deck.

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The largest project I ever did was 800,000 sf of former carpet mill buildings converted into housing for $60 M in CT. The smallest was a small house on a small island in a small lake in ME. Did a pseudo French country house; client loved stucco and arch-tops, hated anything from New England. I spec'd stucco and he put EIFS on it. He sold it for a huge profit a year later.

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Jaw dropping That is humbling.

The only thing I can take credit for in this pic, is the ceiling fan install and the painting. :p And the ceiling wasn't fun to paint with a wobbly ladder.
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