Since its founding in the late 1800s, Evanston has been known for the many beautiful estates located along its lakefront. Among these estates is a Victorian home that was constructed in 1883 and transformed into a Tudor Revival in the early 20th century by the prestigious Evanston architectural firm Mayo and Mayo. The visionary developers at Patriot Park, LLC, saw in this home a magnificent treasure that could be restored and repurposed as a bed & breakfast. The firm hired Berglund Construction as Construction Manager and partner in fulfilling this vision. The property is now known as Stone Terrace Bed & Breakfast and is co-owned and operated by Evanston residents Sue and Tom Zipprich. This project had three primary construction components: the restoration of the existing 12,000 sq. ft. historic residence, the construction of a new 6,000 sq. ft. coach house, and the oversight of all associated site work including civil and landscaping.
LOCATIONS Evanston, IL
DURATION 19 months
SIZE 18,000 Sq. Ft.
DELIVERY METHOD Consttuction Management/Historical Preservation
ARCHITECT Paul Janicky Architects