Within this 910 SF residential remodel, we added a mudroom, kitchen and banquette breakfast room, a covered back porch and patio, a master suite with a sitting area, and a bathroom and walk-in closet. We were meticulous in ensuring that all added exterior materials match the existing ones.
The master suite is carved out of a long dead-end hallway, two bedrooms and a 1920's bathroom. On the rear of the house I extended the decorative guard rail over the back porch and added a post to match the distinguished original ones on the front. All added exterior materials and details match the existing ones. We used all wood windows with similar styles, as well. The bathroom is relocated to the north side of the house so the master suite is open and enjoys the south sun exposure.
Originally, this historic Queen Anne home had an irregularly shaped kitchen, which was dysfunctional and freezing cold to the point that the pipes burst in the middle of winter. The second floor had four uninspiring bedrooms and two small bathrooms with no master suite.