This 1925 bungalow had been abandoned for three years, and had been last updated in the 1990s. It suffered from exterior and interior dilapidation, infestation, black mold, and a siloed, dark layout.


Unfortunately, few original details remained, and given the extensive problems behind the walls, a gut renovation was necessary. On the exterior we installed a new roof, windows and siding, and rebuilt the craftsman style front porch. On the interior, we relocated the second bedroom from the middle of the house to the front, which allows for uninterrupted sightlines from the front door to the back wall, and showcases the large open floor plan. By using a modern palette, an open layout, and by expanding the bedrooms and bathroom, the home provides space and flow for the active, young homeowners. 


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