Coming home to Winchester is one of the best feelings in the world. For one, our hometown has that perfect feel of being small, but not too small for plenty of attractions and diversions when you need them. Besides, the just-right feel of Winchester has pulled in some of New England’s most elite.
Maybe one of the best things about Winchester is its historicity. It’s hard to find an American city that is more soaked with historical relevance and drama than Winchester, Massachusetts. From pre-settler periods, the Winchester territory was the pride of Native Americans. Growing from a tavern town into a Whig hangout and Civil War hotspot, Winchester has evolved in a milieu of historical richness. Importing the city’s rich legacy into our private dwellings is a welcome challenge.
Winchester is, simply put, no better place to live. Creating homes that fit the city is all about loving the city and cherishing its heritage.
From the Winchester Blog
Though shes alive today, Helen Raynham really lives in the year 1900. What I mean is that her home is a majestic, imposing, and regal Queen Anne... Read More »