Who We Are
Award-winning, internationally recognized firm
Heartland Historic Homes specializes in historic restoration, architecture and interior design projects. Our acclaimed team skillfully merges a client’s personal taste with their property’s unique architecture, all while adhering to the National Park Service’s best practices for historic preservation. Clients rely on our expertise in research and development, project and construction management. We pay attention to all the details, leaving our clients free to enjoy the transformation as their project unfolds. Our key team members have more than 35 years of design experience, and their work has been featured on television, in newspapers and magazines, and on the internet worldwide. Heartland Historic Homes team members have participated with Habitat for Humanity and Design Gives Back to help build and create restorative spaces for those in need.
2019 Winner of the McReynolds
Award For Excellence in Historic Preservation
The Henry Blosser House and Farm in the Malta Bend vicinity of Saline County, Missouri is significant as a fine local example of an elegant American Manor House constructed in the Second Empire style of architecture.
It was also the home of one of the county’s most well-to-do and substantial farmers, Henry Blosser. In the 1800s, it was the center of it’s own small village. The Village of Blosser included a blacksmith shop, livery stable, school, chapel and railroad stop.
Photo by Aaron Leimkuehler