Graystone at Winchesters 19 two and three unit buildings provide 50 units, with 4 unique plan types, on a 10 acre site formerly known as the Pansy Patch farm. The two-family historic farmhouse found on the site was carefully restored into two luxury townhomes under the close eye of the Massachusetts Historical Commission. Graystone brings to the greater community a needed edge for a residential district that faces commercial development across a busy thoroughfare. Much effort was expended with the local planning board to address the complex issues of privacy and neighborhood as well as creating a streetscape that captures a traditional residential image. The units were designed to feel like a home and not a condominium by introducing two-story spaces with skylights and lofts that overlook the floor below. The concept of Graystone at Winchester was to design a floor plan that had no wasted space. The road layout is an organic curve that has proven to slow down road traffic as well as creating interesting views.