This stunning resort, built as a Victorian mansion in 1874, needed a big time makeover in 2003 and the team from Kirby Perkins executed a multi-faceted plan for structural, aesthetic and operational improvements during a single winter off season timeframe. The entire exterior was stripped of layered siding, windows, roofing and decayed trim. A fourth floor Turret that had been literally blown off during the hurricane of 1938 was rebuilt and lifted onto the building. Exterior work was completed through a brutal New England winter by strategically shrink wrapping and heating the particular work areas. The interior was meticulously restored to grandeur. Interior paneling and trim of butternut, chestnut, oak and long leaf pine was refinished with orange shellac and varnishes. A new restaurant bar was built and glazed in the same detail as when the mansion was originally built. Our partnership with the owners continues to this day, with renovations to the beautiful beach houses, harbor houses and to the corporate and wedding facilities on the property. VIEW BEFORE PHOTOS