The whole house renovation of the 1935 Sevier Park Tudor-style home included creating an open floor concept with the kitchen, living and dining rooms as well as reconfiguring the second story.
We added a total of 1,500 square feet to this home.
Prior to our client owning the home, it was evident that the home had gone through several renovations. There was no consistency between each of these renovations, which resulted in mismatched doors and trim along with misaligned floors. All of this combined with our client’s desire for more space resulted in the need for a full house renovation.
By adding two separate additions, we were able to enlarge the kitchen and adjoining living room, add a wet bar, and pantry. Additionally, we enlarged the master bathroom. For the master bathroom, we installed a floor to ceiling subway tile anchored with a black hexagon patterned floor tile, which makes the room feel clean and cool.
For the second floor, we reconfigured the two existing bedrooms and removed the existing bathroom, replacing it with a jack-and-jill bathroom. We also added a home office area and a rec room with a large dormer to add a lot of natural light. By putting in new plumbing, a new HVAC, and new electrical, we were able to help modernize this home and make it look and feel like a contemporary Tudor.