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House of the Week: Tiny Backyard Transformation in Boston

By Dwell @dwell
Boston Pops renovation small space backyard workshop rear facade.

Lyle Bradley spent years of weekends and evenings resurrecting an East Boston structure using his carpentry skills, repurposed materials, and clever space-saving interventions. The revitalized 800-square-foot residence joins a rejuvenated backyard, where Bradley’s wife, Kara Lashley, and their daughter, Lily, pose next to Bradley’s new freestanding workshop. 

This week, readers were talking about this renovation of an old row house in Boston. The 800-square-foot home was giving a meticulous transformation by architect Lyle Bradley for his family. One of the most striking features is the new backyard. On a formerly decrepit site, Bradley and his wife Kara built five raised garden beds, where they now grow vegetables and seasonal flowers. The yard is also home to Bradley’s workshop.


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