Revival styles, by definition, are exercises in domestic fantasy—romanticized re-interpretations of the past. The 10,000-square-foot brick-and-stone Tudor in Wellesley, Massachusetts,…
Weston, Massachusetts, has more than its share of tony homes. This one, however, a cream-colored, stick-and-shingle abode on a tree-rimmed corner lot, attracts an extra measure of admiration.
Two additions to an historic suburban-Boston home introduce a lighthearted, family-friendly vibe but don’t diminish its inherent dignity a bit.
Set amid beautiful trees with handfuls of rugged boulders about that buoy the quintessential New England feel, this Middlesex County home—a modern-day take on the iconic farmhouse—is as welcoming as a warm fire.