One of the most frustrating trends in the country’s historic suburbs is to tear down a historic home form the early part of this century to build a home of almost the same size and architecture period. The Brierly’s recognized the elegance, scale, and quality of 4324 St. Johns. Rather than tearing it down, they renovated it, preserving many of the original features while modifying it to meet their current needs.
4324 St. Johns was designed by Hal Thomson in 1917. This Georgian home has been beautifully renovated, preserving many of the original features while making it more accommodating to current needs.