Highland Whole House Remodel

This home, built in 1922 was one that evoked a sense of nostalgia for the client who had spent countless summers in this coastal community. The home was loaded with charm but needed updating, especially in the kitchen and bathrooms. The family also needed more space in the home overall to be able to comfortably summer here.

The initial design added a full-length addition off the rear of the home to include an expanded kitchen, full bathroom, side entry, screen porch and outdoor covered patio. The home was lifted off of its foundation and a new full height foundation was poured to allow for the finishing of the entire basement area.

More recently, the scope of the project expanded to other parts of the home to include a full addition with a two-car garage and mud room entry, along with a finished basement with a custom bar for all to enjoy. As the client explains; “At our first meeting with Eric, his excitement inspired us. As he got to know us, he intuitively offered us suggestions that we did not consider but were just what we wanted.”

We’ve worked closely with the client to get them all of the items on their wish list while still maintaining the charm and integrity of the home that evoked a sense of nostalgia for this family.

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       Architect: Noseworthy Designs

  Photographer: Hawk Visuals