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BACK TO THE Roots

This turn-of-the-century New York home has been renovated multiple times over the years, but has now returned to its original historic country style.

Sometimes the best way to move forward is actually to backtrack. This 2,200-square-foot home in Park Hill, New York, was built in 1906, and has gone through many different stylistic changes. The current owner, Gary Brewer, is an architect at Robert A. M. Stern Architects, so he had the skills and experience to see the home’s historic potential when he bought it. He wanted to bring the home back to its historic roots, and he was able to emphasize the historic architecture in this new renovation.

opposite: Everything in Gary’s home looks as if it could have come from the early 1900s, from the architecture and paint colors to the kitchen table and chairs.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY FRANCIS DZIKOWSKI
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