To create the new kitchen, a bathroom, pantry and basement stair were relocated so the entry could be centered on the dining room. A new doorway was also added to connect to the living room – greatly increasing light and movement throughout the house.
Upstairs the master suite was reconfigured and a new door added to connect to one of the home’s most charming features: a glassed-in sleeping porch. That sleeping porch is now a private retreat with a great view. The new master bath was created where the nursery had been, now complete with heated floors, a soaking tub and large walk-in shower.
The house’s woodwork was restored or replicated to maintain historic integrity and modern finishes were brought in to subtly update the interior. All the artwork in the home is original, much of it created by local artists.
A few BEFORE PICTURES to see what we started with: