Concord – Whole House Renovation, Grapevine Cottage

The Grapevine cottage is a National Historic Landmark where Ephraim Wales Bull (1806-1895) cultivated the Concord grape from more than 50 wild strains growing on the property.
The rear portion of the Grapevine cottage where the foundation was dug out and rebuilt.
The back side of the Grapevine cottage showing the rear portion of the house and the new master bedroom over the screened in porch.
The kitchen was updated with custom painted cabinets, open shelving and a porcelain sink with apron.
The dining room features a palladium window that was restored.
The barrel-backed corner cabinet was rebuilt.
The bench is built-in and has storage underneath, the Dutch door is original to the cottage.
The new master bedroom in the Grapevine cottage has 14 windows.
Master bathroom features a custom-built vanity cabinet and walk in shower with subway tiles.

The Grapevine cottage is a National Historic Landmark that sits in the heart of Concord, MA. The owners wanted to restore their antique house in keeping with the period of the home. We updated the electrical and heating systems, stabilized the foundation on the rear portion of the house and continued the update indoors with a new kitchen, two new bathrooms and added a master bedroom in the space above the screened-in porch.

Architect: Todd Fulshaw
Photography: Greg Premru Photography