26 Jan Old, New Homes
While we typically focus on new construction homes for our custom and speculative business, we are starting to find that not everyone wants “new” from the ground up. We have started to see an increasing demand for people who are buying older homes and putting work into them. Similarly, we have seen people decide to upgrade parts of their home as opposed to buying something new as an upgrade. As a result, we wanted to show you a recent project where we completely gut renovated an existing brick colonial home that was built in 1951. The before and after shots really show the vision that our design and build team has when it comes to converting older homes to look like new homes, both functionally and aesthetically.
As you can see from the before and after shots, we painted the entire house white and added gray shutters to give the house a more stately look. We also replaced the front door, windows, and balcony railings. While not as obvious, we removed some of the ornate molding around the columns that made the home look dated.
The kitchen needed a complete makeover, both in terms of layout and finishes. We created an open concept layout with a large center island. We removed the outdated floor and put down hardwood. All of the cabinetry is Georgio Bespoke and is assembled on site. The countertops are a beautiful quartzite, which is the new sought after countertop material as it is more durable than a marble. Lastly, we replaced the appliances with all high end stainless steel and added two beautiful hanging pendants to replace the older fixture.
Before: Sunroom After: Sunroom
Another major renovation that was done to the house was ripping out all of the bathrooms and replacing the tile, showers, toilets, vanities, and hardware. Our team designed custom made vanities and selected tiles that were neutral and timeless, yet still have style.
If you are interested in doing a home renovation and would like to consult with our design and development team, call our office directly to schedule a free consultation.
If you would like more information regarding this home, which is currently on the market, feel free to reach out to Chelsea Georgio at firstname.lastname@example.org.