This mid 60's side split home had a major renovation to bring it up-to-date.The right half was completely removed and replaced with an open concept space that included a living room, dining room, kitchen and breakfast area. The living room and breakfast area were both additions as was the front entrance. This gave the entrance more empahsis and scale. The garage was extended forward also which also enlarged the bedroom above. The landscaping was completely redone to reflect the natural elements on the house.
The new front foyer presents a reflection on the open concept interior that follows. The floor is slate that matches the outside landing and walkway leading the exterior into the interior.
The fireplace is a see-through unit allowing a view to the dining room and vice versa. Beyond is the floating appliance island with a view through also. Slight lines are visible throughout the home.
This stair between the upper and lower areas of the side-split home was opened up by eliminating a closet, a wall and installing a glass railing with stainless steel handrail and hardware.
The cabinets are a high gloss laminate. The countertop is quartz as an complimenting finish. A flat screen TV is accessed when the doors are opened and slide back into the cabinet. Wine cabinet and warming oven are on each end of the cabintry.