A private garden oasis nestled in the heart of Boston’s Beacon Hill.
- This greenhouse is located in Boston’s Beacon Hill across from the Hatch Memorial Shell.
- The structure’s custom Victorian design features stunning decorative ridge cresting.
- Additional features include motorized, thermostatically controlled ridge vents and remote controlled shades.
Most of our projects are completed in residential areas ranging from rural to suburban, but we occasionally have an opportunity to do work in a metropolitan space. This project represents one such opportunity. Sunspace Design was tasked with the construction of a gorgeous, private greenhouse in the center of Boston’s historic Beacon Hill neighborhood, and we’re thrilled to show you the results.
The project required the introduction of a brick greenhouse foundation and granite cap. The structure was framed on top of this in black, powder-coated aluminum, and eventually outfitted with large glass panes. An additional ridge crest provides the Victorian structure with an amazing silhouette.
A number of great features also warrant mentioning. The project includes motorized, thermostatically controlled ridge vents and a full HVAC split system to ensure top thermal performance. The client’s ease of operation was also addressed via the installation of remote controlled shades. Smoked privacy glass in the rear of the structure offers some solitude, and a mirage window wall with accordion doors at the front of the structure blend beauty and functionality.
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