• Historic 1745 Ackerman-Dater House
  • Historic 1745 Ackerman-Dater House
  • Historic 1745 Ackerman-Dater House
  • Historic 1745 Ackerman-Dater House
  • Historic 1745 Ackerman-Dater House
  • Historic 1745 Ackerman-Dater House

Historic 1745 Ackerman-Dater House

Winner, Historic Preservation Awards, State of NJ & Bergen County.

Press:
“Designs on Preservation, Architect Turns This Old House into Home for the Ages.” The Record.
“Understanding How to Blend the Old and the New: Constraints Lead to Architectural Magic.” Pascack Valley Community Life.
“Area Resident Wins Honor for Historic Restoration Project.” The Town Journal.
“Local Architect Honored by County. Recognized for Historical Preservation.” Pascack Valley Community Life.

The Ackerman-Dater House was built in 1745 and is recognized by the State of New Jersey as a historic landmark. Ensuing years had taken their toll on the house and major intervention was needed when the owners engaged Morpurgo Architects to restore their home. Our collaboration has protected and preserved this house, perpetuating its continued use.

Today, the Ackerman-Dater House is a historic residence that incorporates various contextual building periods, each in harmony with the original, producing a cohesive whole. With the sensitively-placed addition of a new wing, compatible with the style of the existing architecture, we enhanced the Ackerman-Dater House and ensured that it would meet the functional needs of a family living in current times.

Preservation of the Ackerman-Dater House maintains the character and history of our mutual past, benefiting the entire community. For our attentive restoration, client, contractor and Morpurgo Architects were presented with the NJ State and the Bergen County Historic Preservation Awards.