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Historic Renovation and Reconstruction, Chester County, PA
There is something intrinsically beautiful about renovation. It's not only that the construction process was superior in older buildings, which is often the case, but the actual history of a structure – what it was, who used it and how it was used – is in many instances, much more poetic than even the finest quality new construction. Historic renovations blend seamlessly with the architectural styles and period details of the historic structure, while adding the modern convenience, energy efficiency and comfort that building owners need today. There is something truly special about preserving an existing building's historic character, longevity, functionality and value.

Carnevale Eustis renovation projects often require a great deal of creativity but it's something we have become very skilled at and very well known for. Working within the blueprint of an existing structure with the objective of creating a twenty-first century space is a challenge that we embrace. From Chester County farmhouses built in the early 1800s to Phoenixville's famous Colonial Theatre, we are enthusiastic about preserving a sense of history while delivering a design that satisfies the occupants.

Period Reproduction, Phoenixville, PA Historic Structure Reconstruction, Philadelphia Area
Identify valuable architecture
Consider period materials
Preserve architectural heritage
Properly document modifications
Sensitively integrate technology

National Bank of Phoenixville
Adaptive re-use of former bank building into new program space for the Colonial Theatre. All photos courtesy of

Seven Stars Inn
The interior renovation of the lobby and bar at the historic Seven Stars Inn.

Molly Maguires Restaurant & Minquas Hotel
The former Minquas firehouse in Downingtown was transformed into the third Molly Maguires Restaurant and Pub. The remainder of the building will be a large banquet facility, outdoor roof deck, and boutique hotel.

Phoenixville Public Library
The renovation reconfigured existing spaces so the library can better serve the community.

Flowing Springs Road 1
A sensitive residential renovation to an iconic property in the village of Birchrunville.

Phoenixville Community Health Foundation
This elegant home was transformed into the headquarters for one of Phoenixville's most valued non-profit organizations.

Main Street
Beautiful Queen Anne Victorian conversion.

Birchrun Road 2
Bringing back historical elements.

Birchrun Road 1
Former artist's studio redefined.

Coleman Avenue
Old mill building finds new purpose.

Pickering Dam Road
An historic cottage gets the TLC it deserves.

Second Avenue
Breathing new life into a borough home.

Kimberton Road
Historic renovation and three-story addition.

Colonial Theatre
Landmark theater restored and beautified. (Photo by Timothy Keith)

Iron Foundry Building
Adaptive reuse creates a geographical landmark.

Phoenixville Federal Bank & Trust
Former elementary school converted to bank.

Molly Maguires Restaurant & Pub
Historic conversion becomes themed bar and restaurant.

Superintendent's Building
Former Phoenix Steel headquarters adapted for the present.

Vanderslice Mansion
Victorian architecture preserved as a neighborhood showplace.

Washington Mill Lofts
Condo lofts woven from an old knitting mill, circa 1906.

235 Bridge Street
Former furniture store turned mixed use structure.

Historic Renovation and Additions, Southeastern Pennsylvania
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