is a magnificently preserved 14-room home located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The exterior serves as a striking example of the shingle-style with its turrets, large bow windows and a strikingly large array of stained glass windows. The interior has been well preserved and nearly all of the original rich details remain. The living room, dining room, study, entry foyer, and stair hall were to remain as they are with the exception of electrical and mechanical upgrades. The interior scope of the project included a new kitchen and mudroom on the first floor, new master suite on the second floor, and renovated bathrooms throughout. The exterior scope of the project involved modifications to the east and north entries of the house, a new porte cochere, driveway, wood fence, and stone site walls. The design scheme included provisions for a future elevator.
Yerxa Field House
The Yerxa-Field House, circa 1888,