April 19, 2012 castlebri

Featured Home #23

With an expanding family, this 1930’s colonial home in Southwest Minneapolis needed some updating. The family needed more room for an informal eating area and a more spacious back entry area with storage options.  Because they love to entertain, they also wanted an overall space that was more open.  This was accomplished by adding a doorway in the living room that opens into the back of the kitchen and removing a closet in the dining room to open up into the front kitchen area.  The remodel played off of the wonderful homes original character. The space was furnished with cherry wood cabinets, Silestone countertops, porcelain tile floor, and a fantastic backsplash.  This kitchen is far more functional with more storage, a thought out place for everything, and every usable inch is maximized.

Year Built – 1930 Center Stair Colonial

Kenny Neighborhood, Minneapolis, MN 55419

Dates: Saturday, April 28, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and  Sunday, April 29, 1-5 p.m.