Large historic wood windows and an oversized glass pocket door were installed to bring in natural light.
The home now has an outdoor kitchen and kid-friendly jumping ledge.
The design makes the nearby lake appear closer and integrates the indoor and outdoor areas.
The space features PVC columns, LED lights, and a two-color paint scheme for the deck and rails.
To meet the deadline, much of the hardscaping took place while the building construction was underway.
At the time of the build, the structure had a storefront comprised of a variety of materials.
This building originally housed Ohio Bell’s service trucks.
The new kitchen is more open and a discreet staircase was added, situated so as to not disrupt flow or obstruct the exterior façade.
Attention to historic architectural details was important to the clients and is reflected in the design plan and finish selections.
A new large deck takes advantage of the spectacular mountain-lake views.
The owners’ desire for a larger master suite and entertaining spaces resulted in an addition on the back of the home.
The new, engaging outdoor spaces take advantage of the beautiful trees.
The remodel included a complete overhaul of both the exterior elevation and the interior of the home.
A flipped home, the homeowners didn’t trust the quality of the exterior they bought it with.
The brick façade now continues beyond the existing roof line, terminating in a gable.
Constructed in 1906, this Louis G. Pfunder House represents an early example of Craftsman architecture and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
The home’s original main entrace was moved to its side.
The exterior features unique roof forms and an understated rear façade.
Due to issues with previous work, the existing framing needed correcting before the project began.
The client wanted a space for workouts but did not want to convert or lose room in the home.