Project Spotlight: Update on our Netzero Home Project

We are excited to update you on the progress of the Netzero Energy Home development being built by M.G. Kane Properties and designed by GMT Home Designs. This development at “The Preserve at Oregon” in Ashland MA are cutting edge homes designed in the New England farm-house style.

What is Net Zero?

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Architectural design in home remodeling for truly unique and beautiful spaces

"Turn your house into your dream home." How many times have you heard that phrase?

Probably a lot. Here's the great thing: You may already have fantastic ideas in mind – AND you may be able to improve that vision even more with the help of architectural design.

Architects spend a lot of time thinking about how…

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Home Designs: Architectural Styles in New England (Part 3 – Tudor)

Previous posts in this series have looked at two of the most common, classical New England home designs: Colonials and Capes.

The next architectural style we'll examine arrived in the region later. While not as common as Colonials and Capes, Tudor homes bring a different look to New England neighborhoods, with architectural roots in Europe.

Tudor Style…

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3D Renderings for Kitchen Design:

As the holidays come around many people think about creating a more entertainment friendly kitchen. More seating, open concept, better traffic flow, more storage and preparation space, these are some of the most common items our clients want to consider when remodeling their kitchen.

3D renderings and photo-realistic visualizations of a finished project are a core…

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Featured Project: Whole House Remodel

The existing 1979 home was a 9,600 square foot single-family residence sitting on a magnificent 11-acre property in Framingham Massachusetts.
This 11-acre parcel sits between a horse farm, dairy farm, and is adjacent to over 800 acres of state forest and conservation land with numerous trails for riding and x-country skiing. Access the property down an elegant tree…

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