This project involves a gut renovation and addition to the first floor of a 100-year old craftsman house. The house had been re-muddled numerous times over it’s 100 year life – every effort was made to bring it back to it’s original character.
In phase I, 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. In phase two, exterior renovations will include: a new porch, new cabinetry in the entry, new windows, new siding and trim, and eave extensions with exposed rafter tails.
Interior materials include hardwood floors, painted flush in-set cabinets and trim, honed quartz countertops, ceramic tile, and oil-rubbed bronze hardware.
This project is part of a phased whole house remodel – view drawings of the entire project here.