top of page

Light and Bright

Sudbury, Massachusetts

This once dark and tiny little house underwent a dramatic transformation that took it from a 1884 sq. ft. outdated country Cape to a stunning, completely renovated 3600+ sq. ft. contemporary Cape.


Company president David J. Howe put a lot of thought into the layout of the new open floor plan. He wanted to make sure that there was plenty of large rooms for the whole family to be together but he also wanted to have spaces for people to retreat and be cozy. The end result was amazing! The spacious kitchen has skylights over the expansive island and a sunny, window filled Breakfast Tower. The Great Room has coffered ceilings and a wall of windows that look out into the backyard. Off the two car garage is a new Mudroom with custom built-ins. And of course, there is a grand Master Suite with attached bath and walk-in closet. But for me, it is the second floor bonus areas that really make the home. Up near the second floor laundry closet is a sun-filled Sitting Room with adjacent Children’s Nook. You can sit quietly in the sun reading a book while you wait for the laundry to finish. Or just hide out up there on a rainy day and listen to the rain softly falling while you read. 


With all these amenities, it was no surprise when this home went under agreement in the first week it was listed. It also set the record for the most expensive house sold in its' neighborhood! This home is everything we at Howe Development had known it would be and more. No longer in the rough, this diamond now shines!

bottom of page