Author name: Colby

Serene Family Home

This project highlights a great amount of detailed hardscape, everywhere you look there is an element that catches the eye. From the custom granite caps that were fabricated for the piers and water features, to the footworn granite planks and antique cobbles that create the driveway – this project stuns with custom stonework. There are …

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Concord Fields

Situated among a quiet meadow, this property is a gem containing many fascinating elements. The existing bluestone terrace was extended out from the house, a new granite terrace met the bluestone and wrapped around the new pool and spa. A large monolithic granite landing was craned in, to function as a step into the pool …

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City Escape

One challenge about this property is that the town line of Boston runs through it – the house address is in Brookline, however a section of the property is considered to be in the town of Boston. This created some challenges regarding permitting since we had to facilitate permits from 2 different town offices. Eric …

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Outdoor Living

When we look back on this project, it’s with fondness and pride. This residential project let us work with fantastic clients and do work that really challenged us- in all the best ways. Work began in 2019 with the front of the house: Phase 1 included designing and installing new bluestone landings, bluestone walkways, self-capping …

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At the initial site meeting, the first thought that came to mind was “you want to put a pool where?!”. This project was particularly challenging due to the steep 50’+ grade change, from where the house perched high above, to the river below. The project was designed, engineered, and built in such a way to …

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Woodstone Farm

The clients had a vision of a centuries-old New England farmhouse nestled within rolling meadows, set back along a country road. To achieve this, mature shade trees were planted, and an apple orchard was reinvigorated by transplanting seasoned apple trees from a retired farm in Western MA. Blueberries and ferns were harvested from Maine and …

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