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Offering a prime view of a Rowayton beach strip, this house already had the charm and history but needed a small lift to protect it from Mother Nature’s potential floods. The new owner wanted to emphasize the views to the water and provide multiple areas...

This wonderful 10,000 s.f. waterfront project in Greenwich, CT earned Robert A. Cardello an A-List Award for Historical Home Renovation in 2013. At the start of the project, it was clear that the house had been poorly maintained over the years. However, one couldn’t ignore...

This client purchased a 2-acre parcel of land in New Canaan, CT with hopes of building a 10,000 s.f. traditional shingle-style home. The dancing roof lines are what really give this house its character. The natural stone chimneys and terraces accent the intricate detailing of...

This charming house sits in a park-like setting in Greenwich, CT.  The intricate roof lines give the house immense character and contribute to its curb appeal.  The covered porch on the front façade adds to the friendly feel and provides a strong connection to the...

This project is interesting on numerous levels.  PG Properties purchased this small lot in Rowayton that contained two tiny dwellings before they were destroyed during Hurricane Sandy.  The community is full of attractive coastal cottages, so it was important that the new houses were architecturally...

This project called Knobel Hill is an English-style development of six exquisitely built homes for folks who are looking to downsize yet keep the amenities of luxury living in the country.  This private enclave in the Tokeneke area of Darien CT was designed to serve...

Located in the quaint community of Noroton Bay in Darien CT, the original house and property went through a minor renovation with the new owners only to later be destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.   It was time to start from scratch. The new plan raised the...

The client for this project combined several parcels of property in Westport, CT to create a large 6-acre lot. The original idea behind the house was to develop a classic country home. The finished design is a house of approximately 17,000 s.f. with natural materials...

Symmetry was important to the owners of this Greenwich property, as was a strong reference to shingle style architecture.  The design intent of the house was to avoid an overwhelming façade given its proximity to the road.  It was particularly important to make the approach...

After a full review of this property on the coast of Narragansett Bay with beautiful views of the Newport Bridge, we decided a whimsical shingle-style home would compliment the exquisite location to take full advantage of the surrounding scenery. The large expansive program consisted of...