Our latest custom home. Finished in July 2021!
After 6 months of hard work, we are ready to unveil our most recent finished project, 75 Keystone Court in Basking Ridge, New Jersey! Sitting on 1.52 acres in the beautiful, Somerset Hills, this 5 bedroom, 6 and a half bath colonial features the highest quality trimwork, crown moulding, hardwood floors, appliances and cabinetry throughout. The first floor is highlighted by a gourmet kitchen featuring custom cabinetry, granite countertops, stainless steel Thermador appliances and butler’s pantry, a formal dining room, formal living room with gas fireplace, a family room with a gorgeous coffered ceiling, office, full bath and powder room. The Master suite features a sitting room, custom his-and-her closet buildouts, rain shower, whirlpool tub, and double vanity. In addition to the Master suite, the second floor includes 4 bedrooms with walk-in closets and private bathrooms, a laundry room and plenty of storage areas. This gorgeous home is completely turnkey and priced to sell at $1,669,000! Please reach out to us for showing information, questions about our work, and about our upcoming future projects.
The foundation is dug, the footings are in! We’re off to a great start on our newest project at 11 Culberson in Basking Ridge. This beautiful home is set for completion in April 2015 and will feature five bedrooms and six and a half baths over four floors of usable space! New owner can still pick all colors and finishes! Attached are the floor plans and we will be happy to answer any questions about the project!
We’re excited to say that after months of planning, design, and waiting, we have finally begun construction on our newest project at 11 Culberson Road in Basking Ridge, New Jersey! The proposed spec home is a 5 BR 6.1 Bath Colonial Style that will be completed and on the market in the $1,600,000 range around April, 2015. We are accepting offers before project completion! Floorplans will be uploaded in the middle of the week. Here’s a video of the demolition for your entertainment! Enjoy!
Kathy & Chuck first mentioned the idea of updating their kitchen to Horowitz & Sons at a family barbecue in the Fall of 2013. Their goal was to have the project completed during Summer 2014, which gave us plenty of time to put together an action plan and design a functional kitchen that allowed for plenty of mobility and organization when entertaining guests. Their choice of Richmond Mahogany cabinet finish is elegantly complemented by Bianco Fontanelli granite countertops, and provides a stunning contrast to the Benjamin Moore Buttermilk used on the center island piece and marble backsplash. The existing wood floors were sanded and refinished as a keepsake from their original design!
Our architectural triumph of 2013, Pacer Court in Basking Ridge, New Jersey! Pacer Court is amongst the grandest of spec homes, and is the largest project Horowitz & Sons has completed to date. Sitting on 6.5 acres, this work of art features a gorgeous bluestone front, exquisite trimwork, gourmet kitchen with state of the art appliances, 5 bedrooms, 7.1 baths , an office and home theater; but it’s most essential feature is the spectacular attention to detail throughout. We pride ourselves on our attentiveness to detail to make sure that whether we are designing a small kitchen, or an 8000 square foot home that the quality of the finished product is absolutely remarkable. I’ve included some of the highlight pictures we took last summer, as this home closed in November 2013 for $1,830,000. More pictures upon request. Let us know what you think!
Brian & Lee tasked us with constructing a 2400 square foot renovation of their 80 year old home on Peachtree Road. So far the project has consisted of pouring an additional foundation, gutting virtually all existing rooms of dated materials, framing and reframing old rooms, adding 3 new bathrooms, updating electrical fixtures, sheetrocking, and re-siding the entire house. Here are some pictures I took today while some guys were here spackling after sheetrocking from top to bottom last week. This week our goal is to start removing the existing driveway, and preparing to start trimming the interior walls. Stay tuned for more pictures to come!