A landmark rowhouse was restored and transformed. The front façade was cleaned, entry stairs created with stone compatible to the house and handrails were repaired. The cornice, gabled roof and dormer were recreated based on research of similar rowhomes. Extensive trim was designed to enhance the period character of the home, and arched portals were utilized at the stair hall and master bath to define spaces. A wet bar created at the second floor landing of the restored staircase completed the arched theme. The interior featured the installation of two historic fireplaces with reclaimed firebrick. The house was also expanded at the rear and outdoor living spaces were created on terraces at each level.