Beacon Hill, Boston, MA
Timeless Architecture was hired in February 1997 to develop the preliminary design programming, and ensuing design development, construction documents and detailing with construction oversight for this 17,100 square foot project completed in 1999. The complex floor plans involved great attention to detail for the historic preservation of the property and bringing this 3.2 million dollar housing project up to code for high-end residential use.
This classic Beacon Hill town house, next door neighbor to the Parkman house, consisted of three contiguous buildings. They were subdivided into a five-story townhouse with private entrance, parking and elevator on Beacon Street, and three new condominiums off of Joy St. with separate commercial elevator and a new egress stair involving major structural modifications. The Historic Commission approved new storm windows, while high efficiency mechanical and insulation techniques were coordinated with the input of Conservation Services Group and other technical experts on the project team.