Feature Project

The Residences at the Lenthal School

The school house situated at the corner of Spring and Perry Streets, sitting upon a 50,660 sq’ lot.  It is two and one half stories high, built of stone and brick.  In architecture, the building may be termed of the colonial period.  The body of the building being Swanzey granite, quarry faced with sills and lintels of Connecticut granite.  The roof has a commanding dormer on its west front and the flat roof observatory area is surrounded by high rails and balusters.

  • Newly re-graded and repaved parking lot for 26 vehicles (2 per unit).  With two additional guest spaces.
  • Expansive Park-like front lawn with manicured trees, private re-graded and newly grassed yard area in rear perfect for entertaining.
  • The overall style for architectural features such as lighting, cabinetry, hardware (knobs and pulls), and other elements is to be 1900 - 1940 Schoolhouse.  All fixtures will be modern reproductions, except in some instances where features original to the building have been salvaged, repaired, and reused.  Most lighting will be surface or pendant mounted reproduction fixtures with modern lamping, a conscious effort is being made to avoid recessed can lighting or oversized track lighting.
  • Completely new infrastructure including plumbing, electrical wiring, and heating/AC.  New fire alarm and sprinkler system to meet and exceed current codes.
  • All kitchens to have high-end grade custom wood cabinets and stone countertops.  Appliances to be high-end and pro-sumer grade, featuring stainless steel or similar upgraded finishes, rages to be gas.
  • Bathrooms to feature subway tiled showers and/or tub surrounds.  Bathroom walls to have either tile or wood wainscot on lower walls with chair rail.

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