This 5,000-sq-ft English Tudor was lovely restored after decades of neglect.
Working on the exterior of the house: restored the stucco, repaired the oak trim, restored the original windows and repainted.
With a new roof, restored stucco, rebuilt windows, trim, a new sidewalk and a new driveway, this house is not only beautiful but comfortable to live in.
Staging the tools in order to refurbish the windows.
One of the fireplaces before restoration.
The third floor during demo.
A beautifully restored mantle.
The new kitchen was built in the space former library space. The original kitchen was in the back of the house and was converted to the new family room.
The entryway and main staircase after all the paint had been removed from the oak trim and restained to bring back the original glory.
The new family room was created from the space of the original kitchen, pantry and butler’s pantry.