The Holley house on Noyac road was inspired by Peter Sabbeth’s own house “fresh Pond.” Our client came to see the house and while she loved it, she loved even more how she could change it and make it hers.
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This project was an adaptive reuse of a quintessentially ‘humble’ ranch home dating back from the post war era. What it lacks in ‘architectural significance’ is made up by its location. It benefits by an advantageous location on the site that would have been lost had we decided to demolish and rebuild.