Our team specializes in architectural history and preservation management, working within The Department of the Interior’s Standards for the Preservation of Historic Places.
As design historians — with 40 years of experience — our portfolio has spanned most style periods up to today. From large commercial renovations to single family dream homes we have 360 degrees of professional experience to help make your project successful, including the deployment of historic tax credits if qualified. Below, find a few historic places in development.


Federal Transitional to Italianate, Aderton house is located on the old Main Street in the National Historic Landmark Village of Arrow Rock Missouri. Complete Heartland Historic restoration spanning 4 years and includes a development plan for 10,000 sq ft luxury bed & breakfast, summer kitchen and carriage house.


John Bingham, uncle of Missouri painter George Caleb Bingham, obtained the original parcel from the United States government in 1828. The existing deed shows signatures of Andrew Jackson and other successive owners including John Sites the venerable frontier gunmaker.
The 3,000 sq ft. farmhouse, 3,000 sq ft original horse barn and chicken shed, and the ten surviving acres, are under restoration and redevelopment as a family retreat or bed & breakfast with potential for tiny home simple farm rentals on the beautiful property.


National Register of Historic Places five-year project. Renovation of 17,000 sq ft including house, barn and carriage house. Winner of Missouri Preservation’s McReynolds Award. Developed as a mix use country inn, museum, retail & events. Includes all Best Practices and codes compliance to meet Missouri guidelines.


The Blosser Swiss Barn, like the house itself, was designed by Swiss architect John Daniel Walters. The Heartland Team designed renovation plans that maintained the original blueprint. However, radical measures were necessary to support the failing foundation level. The barn also took on an elevator tower addition to allow for commercial goals and ADA access for all guests alike. The barn event hall now has a capacity of 300 with additional space for offices, retail and a catering kitchen.


Historic country parsonage reimagined as a single family home with ADA access and an added ADA port cochiere and first floor quarters.

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