Historic City Renovation

In this historic home renovation, we had the pleasure of revealing the home’s architectural features and complimenting them with our expertise. We created an open layout by opening up the 1st floor from the kitchen to the living room. The new kitchen layout included removing a second stairway, exposing a brick wall as well as adding a half bathroom and closet. The front stairway’s walls were also exposed to the brick and carefully sealed. A custom mantel and fireplace surround were built around the fireplace in the living room. Add in the 9-foot ceilings the home already instilled and the 1st floor was transformed into a work of ark.

We did not stop there with this home’s transformation. We reworked the layout in the Master Bathroom by adding space from the adjacent closet. Not to mention, the Master Bathroom’s beauty was captured with a faux marble ceramic tile, double sink vanity and 4’ X 5’ walk-in shower. Furthermore, the washer and dryer were moved to the second floor where the stairway was originally located. To round out this project, an electrical service upgrade was completed, a dual zone Heat/AC system was retro fitted and the front porch was repaired and spruced up. Overall, this home’s character was refined and polished to be in a class of its own.

Project Details
  • Townhouse built in 1900
  • 1st floor layout reworked for an open concept
  • Clean, contemporary kitchen
  • Exposed brick walls in kitchen and front stairway
  • Luxurious Master Bathroom
  • Upgraded electrical and HVAC system

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