This beautiful Tudor Style home in Verona, N.J. was built in 1929 and today has all of it historic charm in tact. The architectural plans for the alterations and additions to this home provided all of the necessary detail to assure that the new spaces were in complete harmony with the original home. A new kitchen, family room, butler's pantry and mudroom are on the first floor, above which is a new bedroom and baths. A back stair to the second floor was also incorporated into the design.
Susan M. Rochelle, A.I.A., Architect is devoted to Historic Preservation and has worked on several landmark structures in New Jersey and other areas. Susan has renovated, restored and preserved many homes throughout the region. Landmark projects include alterations and additions to St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Alexandria Township, The Surgeons Quarters at Fort Hancock, Sandy Hook, Alterations to Clinton Presbyterian Church, and Alterations and Additions to 47 Leigh St. in Clinton, NJ.