Georgian Mansion

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This elegant, three-story 1929 Georgian mansion in Brookline, Massachusetts was completely renovated in high style. The 18,000-square-foot home’s entryway was once a series of tight enclosures in simple wood paneling. To accomplish the home’s metamorphosis, the architect designed a new front entry with custom decorative bronze doors that leads into a spacious reception hall. The entry and reception hall now open through floor-to-ceiling bronze French doors to private gardens beyond.

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English Rose Georgian Mansion

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is a three-story, 18,000 square foot, symmetrical red brick Georgian Revival Estate. Built in 1929, the home’s influences came from both eighteenth-century France and the American Gilded Age. It is inspired by European elegance and grandeur. The project scope included complete interior rebuilding of two thirds of the house to create a new entry and reception halls,

English Rose Georgian Mansion

English Rose

is a three-story, 18,000 square foot, symmetrical red brick Georgian Revival Estate. Built in 1929, the home’s influences came from both eighteenth-century France and the American Gilded Age. It is inspired by European elegance and grandeur. The project scope included complete interior rebuilding of two thirds of the house to create a new entry and reception halls,

English Rose Georgian Mansion

English Rose

is a three-story, 18,000 square foot, symmetrical red brick Georgian Revival Estate. Built in 1929, the home’s influences came from both eighteenth-century France and the American Gilded Age. It is inspired by European elegance and grandeur. The project scope included complete interior rebuilding of two thirds of the house to create a new entry and reception halls,

English Rose Georgian Mansion

English Rose

is a three-story, 18,000 square foot, symmetrical red brick Georgian Revival Estate. Built in 1929, the home’s influences came from both eighteenth-century France and the American Gilded Age. It is inspired by European elegance and grandeur. The project scope included complete interior rebuilding of two thirds of the house to create a new entry and reception halls,

English Rose Georgian Mansion

English Rose

is a three-story, 18,000 square foot, symmetrical red brick Georgian Revival Estate. Built in 1929, the home’s influences came from both eighteenth-century France and the American Gilded Age. It is inspired by European elegance and grandeur. The project scope included complete interior rebuilding of two thirds of the house to create a new entry and reception halls,

English Rose Georgian Mansion

English Rose

is a three-story, 18,000 square foot, symmetrical red brick Georgian Revival Estate. Built in 1929, the home’s influences came from both eighteenth-century France and the American Gilded Age. It is inspired by European elegance and grandeur. The project scope included complete interior rebuilding of two thirds of the house to create a new entry and reception halls,

English Rose Georgian Mansion

English Rose

is a three-story, 18,000 square foot, symmetrical red brick Georgian Revival Estate. Built in 1929, the home’s influences came from both eighteenth-century France and the American Gilded Age. It is inspired by European elegance and grandeur. The project scope included complete interior rebuilding of two thirds of the house to create a new entry and reception halls,

English Rose Georgian Mansion

English Rose

is a three-story, 18,000 square foot, symmetrical red brick Georgian Revival Estate. Built in 1929, the home’s influences came from both eighteenth-century France and the American Gilded Age. It is inspired by European elegance and grandeur. The project scope included complete interior rebuilding of two thirds of the house to create a new entry and reception halls,

English Rose Georgian Mansion

English Rose

is a three-story, 18,000 square foot, symmetrical red brick Georgian Revival Estate. Built in 1929, the home’s influences came from both eighteenth-century France and the American Gilded Age. It is inspired by European elegance and grandeur. The project scope included complete interior rebuilding of two thirds of the house to create a new entry and reception halls,