A Year and a Half in the Making

A Year and a Half in the Making

Malia and Jeremy took over the 411 York Street Property in December of 2017. They started work right away to obtain the necessary permits and permissions to create an amazing revival of this beautiful home in Historic Freemason. The inn was build in the early 1890’s and has many wonderful features of the time, including nine feet tall pocket doors throughout the downstairs, bay windows that look out onto the courtyard and The Hague, and even a skylight at the top of the third floor.

They enlisted the help of experts to complete the renovation, Morrisette Architecture designed the layout of the restaurant, and Allison Whitmore and Leslie Drinkwalter, of Space Design and Spruce Home Design, designed the interiors of both the restaurant and the inn. The inn is also full of modern art sourced from Carrie Coleman of Carrie Coleman Fine Art and even includes a few of Malia’s original works. Although the renovations took a bit longer than expected, the outcome was well worth the wait! Please enjoy the before and after photos! Comment on what your favorite part of the renovation.

Freemason Inn to Four Eleven York

Living Room

Dining Rooms

Wishing Oak Suite to Magnolia Suite

East India Suite to Freemason Suite

British Tea Company Suite to Hague Suite

Sir York Suite to Four Eleven York Suite

Outdoor Courtyard

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