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Redesigned Main Floor 

This home had solid bones, but the layout lacked functionality and the style of the house lacked character. Removing the roof, main floor walls and adding on a garage and extra living space, this home was re-designed to create main floor living, all while maximizing the natural light and weaving in a mid-century design.


Beams and wood ceiling run both inside and outside the home to create a sense of continuity with the outdoor living space. High performance European style tilt and turn windows frame the exterior views while adding year-round comfort. 


The kitchen boasts an impressive amount of storage, including multiple built-in pantries and display cabinets. Playful tile choices pay homage to the mid-century design.

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