Anthony Vermandois Architect, Sag Harbor New York
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Rysam Street (Sag Harbor)
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Jefferson Street (Sag Harbor)

This house is located on one of the largest properties in Sag Harbor Village.  The oldest part dates to the 1790's, while the main wing was build around 1835. Our project removed various 20th century additions to return the exterior to its appearence in the mid-19th century, while fully renovating the interior to meet the needs of the current owners.

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Madison Street (Sag Harbor)
A mid-19th century Italianate in Sag Harbor that we renovated for a renowned contemporary artist.
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Fresh Pond Rd. (North Haven)

While each project we undertake is unique, this mid-nineteenth century cottage renovation was particularly challenging. The house is located in a floodplain, and FEMA regulations required that it be raised more than two feet above its original foundation. A new foundation was installed, while landscaping ameliorates the visual impact of its higher elevation.

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Bay Street (Sag Harbor)
Originaly built by a wealthy ship captain, this house fell on hard times after Sag Harbor's whaling industry collapsed, and for a time it was used as a brothel. While the house frame and foundation had serious structural problems, we carefully salvaged mantels, windows, stair componants, and other original details to be reinstalled once repairs had been made. We replaced the old foundation with a new, deeper one, allowing for a finished basement that includes a media room, gym, and catering kitchen.
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Meeting House Lane (Southampton)
A 1900's shingle-style cottage. While preserving this home's street elevation and scale,  we nearly tripled the usable living space by finishing unused attic space and excavating a new foundation to accomodate additional recreation and utility areas.
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Latham St. (Sag Harbor)
A c.1900 Victorian.  We consolidated the structure and restored period details such as patterened shingles, gingerbread trim, and staircase.  The overgrown yard was cleared,  and we added a pool and cabana at the rear of the property.
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Jermain Ave. (Sag Harbor)
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Main Street (Sag Harbor)

This Federal-style home is located on Captain's Row in Sag Harbor and once belonged to William Cooper, a ship-builder and merchant during Sag Harbor's whaling era. Our project updated this house's interior to meet the requirements of 21st century living, while preserving its 19th century character.

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Division Street (Sag Harbor)

We enlarged this Craftsman-style bungalow by taking advantage of a steep grade change from front to rear.

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Hampton Street (Sag Harbor)

1920's Dutch Colonial renovation.

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Great Hill Road (Southampton)
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Main Street Victorian (Sag Harbor)
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1900's Cottage (Watermill)

Unlike many of the other historic homes we have renovated, this house has been owned by the same family for several decades and had been lovingly maintained. However, the owners found that some spaces needed updating to meet their present needs.  Our addition includes a livingroom,  masterbedroom suite, enlarged kitchen, and wineroom, and was designed to fit as seemlessly as possible with the original structure. 

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Egypt Close (East Hampton)
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Lewis Street (Southampton)

This shingle-style house built around 1890 had been coverted into a three-family apartment. Our project entailed renovating it back to single-family use.  One of the highlights of this project was the restoration of the original diamond-light double-hung windows. 

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Anthony Vermandois Architect