Crisp white paint and new roof dramatically freshens up the property’s existing brick exterior. A black horizontal picket fence defines the relocated front entry. Updated windows with exterior black frames and black gutters up the curb appeal while staying true to the house’s traditional style.
Reconfiguring the interior flow prompted the addition a deck beyond the rear entrance off the kitchen.
An addition over the sunroom made room for a cozy bedroom and a linen closet on the second floor. The reconfiguration also made it possible to relocate the upstairs primary and guest bathrooms, each of which received modern upgrades, while their respective rooms earned a refresh.
The owner of this two-story brick home bought this property with every intention to up the property’s curb appeal. She thought the house’s facade failed to make the statement it deserved. The goal: to modernize the exterior while staying true to the house’s traditional style and neighborhood.
Photo Credit: Anice Hoachlander