Rush House at Greenwood Cemetery
Historic Rehabilitation of an early 19th-century stone house originally built as a residence, later used as the offices of the Greenwood Cemetery; new cedar and standing seam metal roof, all new windows and exterior doors; restoration of original front porch and fenestration, new high efficiency mechanical and electrical systems.
Recipient of a 2011 Grand Jury Award from the Philadelphia Preservation Alliance; nominated for a preservation award from the National Trust.
Architect: Ewing Cole
Photographer: Jeffrey Totaro