Private Residence


This historic Upper Arlington home was stately but too small for the needs of the new owners. The house had been well restored but never adapted to modern family life. Two brick wings were designed to balance the symmetrical front façade, creating an open breakfast room, kitchen and family room zone on one end of the house and a more private den on the other end. On the second floor, the 1 3/4-story additions allowed for an expanded child’s bedroom area on one end and an expanded master suite on the other end. Closely matched brick and slate, as well as attention to the original exterior trim and porch detailing, helped to create a seamless addition.

The kitchen features authentic cabinet detailing; a patina-finished metal hood; a thick, walnut island top and original Singer Sewing Machine factory stools

Awards and Publications

  • Featured in Columbus Monthly Homes, January 2008 (Cover)