The owners of this 1923 South Minneapolis Center-Hall Colonial home needed more space, and the home itself needed updating, however the owners did not want to lose the period feel of their home.
Castle constructed a two-story addition on the rear of the home, allowing for the kitchen to be remodeled and enlarged, and a half-bath to be added.
In the kitchen, custom cabinetry by Bayer Interior Woods was installed and both Cambria quartz and butcher block countertops were used.
The home also boasts a quaint family room addition.
Lowering the basement floor allowed for a new ¾ basement bath and a new sauna.
Energy-efficient upgrades were also made.
To help preserve the original feel of the home, the existing floors were sanded and refinished and the stucco was re-dashed.
At the end of remodel, the owners had a beautifully enlarged and updated new space without sacrificing the period feel of their home.
This project was featured on Houzz for its compact storage in the laundry area!