This home on the National Register of Historic Places in Sherman Hill features a modern kitchen and original woodwork.
The exterior of this historic home.
When the new kitchen was built it was returned to the original location, which had not been in service as a kitchen since the 19th century. It makes use of the unique shaped space and original woodwork.
As seen from the dining room doorway; the 7 foot long elevated counter hides activity on the 12 foot long work island and can provide a buffet for serving guests
The curved island features unique curved-front cabinets.
Another view of the curved-front island cabinets.
A chofa, retired from service in Thailand, guards the kitchen from its specially designed perch.
The custom dining table, set for an intimate meal.
A custom lighting treatment compliments the curved island and ceiling forms