After: This photo was taken from same angle as next, but about ten feet forward.
Before: Dining room looking toward 1992 addition. Kitchen was accessed through left door.
Before: Unwelcoming foyer with low ceiling.
Before: The only place that the original house and addition flowed together, but not well.
There were several bearing walls removed requiring engineered components.
The future kitchen location.
Curved wall that will eventually be coated with venetian plaster.
Living room looking toward kitchen, dining room and art studio.
Kitchen cabinets going in.
The finished kitchen.
Looking toward soon to be finished kitchen.
Looking from 1927 original house toward the now beautifully integrated 1992 addition.
A beautiful, unique granite was chosen for the countertops.
The floor is a combination of new and existing oak strip flooring that was sanded and finished with an all natural resin/oil and waxed.
Before: Dangerous steps, dated looking brick facade and iron railings and useless sloped lawn.
New front steps, walls and landscaping. Note the 70 year old stone wall, patched and re-pointed and ready for another seventy.
Before: Plenty of room for improvement.
Now: New door, windows, siding, steps, porch and patio with Trex railings and beautiful landscaping.
Rear entrance features trellis, ready for plants to climb upon it.
Reworked foyer with vaulted ceiling and Murano glass light fixture.
Dining and living rooms.
Ready for Christmas.