TRADITIONAL STYLE IN GREENWICH VILLAGE

I feel like I haven’t posted about a great house in a while. What’s up with that? Well, today we take a look inside the home of the architect couple Anne Fairfax and Richard Sammons, owners of the architecture firm Fairfax & Sammons. They purchased the 1,200 square foot Greenwich Village home in 2000 from the estate of Armand Hammer and began a complete renovation of the property both inside and out. The interior design was overseen by Anne Fairfax and Marina Killery and a new garden was constructed at the front of the house by landscape architect Charles Stick. To read more about the home check out this post at House & Garden’s website.

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