Taylored Architecture was asked to recreate a Ferry Pavillion from the Thousand Islands' Gilded Age. The property, Hopewell Hall, is part of "Millionaire's Row" and was built and owned by the Boldt family in the late 1800's. The current owners have meticulously restored the main house and would like to recreate the lost outbuildings of the original estate. The Ferry Pavilion was a two-story structure that housed a grand staircase down to what was originally a pier where ferry boats would drop off guests. Above the staircase was a promenade, which most likely was an area for women in the Victorian era to await the ferry boats in the shade. Taylored Architecture was given copies of historic photos from which to work and carefully surveyed the existing site, which consists of elaborate serpentine stone walls. We feel honored to have been asked to create drawings that accurately reflect the original structure.