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This remodel consisted of removing the wall between the kitchen eating area (semi-formal dining room)
as well as the wall between the existing kitchen and the living room. The main floor bath was also completely
redone. A new Pella french door was installed in place of a large picture window in the living room.
Additional main floor modifications were also included in the project.
This home has undergone a large 2 story rear addition. The desire of the owners was to
make the home look as much like the original home as possible, eventhough the home was
nearly doubled in size. One of the biggest tasks was to match as closely as possible the
stucco and batten design originally installed on the house.
The remaining exterior wood was re-painted.
This Harvard/Yale area home was completely remodeled from top to bottom.
The basement level had been used as an apartment. The owners wanted a smaller apartment
and extra room for their use in addition to the main floor level. An additional
full bath, bedroom, office and laundry room were included in the owner's
portion of the basement.
Park City Remodel
This Park City home had a comfortable kitchen family room combination but the owners wanted
a large room that could accomodate a pool table, a computer work station and a pass through
window from the kitchen for more open kitchen dining. The ceiling over the pool table area is
just over 8 feet. Above that is a walk out deck from the master bedroom on the second level.
The dining area of the new addition is vaulted and follows the roof pitch. This was a great
addition and helped add a different aspect to a simple subdivision home.