This 18 unit Boston Beacon Hill inspired multi-unit building just steps away from Brooks Park in Medford was built in recognition of the fine craftsmanship of the past. Elements like the reproduction cornice and other period details set this building apart
I have worked with David Stirling of Stirling/Brown Architects, Inc. for over thirteen years and have found his expert advice and analysis pertaining to my various project invaluable. We worked on several challenging historic restorations, particularly the 1842 Greek Revival, Warren Sweetser House on Franklin Street, Stoneham, MA. The famous 1695 Butterfield/Whittemore House and the 1803 Gershom Cutter House both in Arlington, MA and the 1840 octagonal Richard Pinkham House in Medford, MA., all of which were placed on the National Historic Register of Historic Places. His firm recently designed for me a 22,000 sq. ft. Federal Colonial style apartment building at 20 Brooks Park in Medford, MA. I used his consultation throughout this project. David and his firm were always thorough and professional.