We’d like to preface this story by thanking our fathers for teaching us appreciation of creativity, beauty and hard work. We hope to pass on this legacy, not only to our own children and grandchildren, but to many young men and women.
In the year 2000 an intern program that teaches young men and women life skills and Old World trades began. “Father’s House”, its name from the very start, was one of the first projects.
Father’s House has gone through a remodeling process over several years that took an “ugly duckling” of a house and transformed it into a work of art. This was done under the guidance of a master craftsman mentoring young men and women in fine finish work. Their work is on display throughout the house; hardwood floors with artistic inlays, custom tile, custom cherry cabinets, fine decorative wood trim throughout, and unique paint technique in every room.