This historic home sits on a corner lot in the neighborhood and is full of unique architectural details to admire when passing by. 

Previously a rental duplex suffering from years of neglect, this house was in need of some TLC so we got to work.  After removing what was left of the large trees and overgrown shrubs, we painted the exterior a soft white with colorful front doors and window sashes to give it a pop of color and personality. We finished the exterior with new landscaping and a new two-car parking area that leads right up to the back door, now framed out by a custom pergola.

The inside of the house went through a full renovation - all new electrical, plumbing, and HVAC. We opened up the walls separating the two apartments to create an open concept between the now new dining and living room. On the left side of the house the existing kitchen got a complete overhaul and in the back we converted one bedroom into the master bath to create a master suite with a walk-in closet. On the right side of the house we converted the second kitchen into a large guest bathroom and the former bathroom became a great laundry room. The finished home is 1905 sq. ft. with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with plenty of room for entertaining for years to come! 


Let's make your historic home  beautiful together.

Our ideal clients believes that historic homes are worth saving and are willing to invest the extra time and money to not only renovate the home, but also to preserve it.  If you feel that way and are ready to get started on yours, let's talk.


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