Over the past few decades, this former 100-year old Craftsman house had been remuddled to the point where it didn’t resemble its former self at all. This remodel made every effort to restore the house back to its original character and charm.
Exterior renovations include a new porch, new windows, new siding and trim, and eave extensions with exposed rafter tails.
On the interior, the kitchen was enlarged to provide space for an island and additional cabinet and counter space. An addition was built at the rear of the house for a breakfast nook. The entry hall was opened up with a new stair guardrail, cabinetry, and bench. A powder room was added adjacent to the entry hall. A new built-in graces the enlarged dining room and a window was added for more light and a view to the backyard.
Interior materials include: hardwood floors, painted flush in-set cabinets and trim, honed quartz countertops, ceramic tile, and oil-rubbed bronze hardware.