The owners of this classic, early century, South Hill residence requested an extensive remodel and addition. The remodel consisted of a complete demolition of damaged walls, floors and ceilings, as well as several upgrades; a modern kitchen, custom built-in cabinets and window seats, and gas fireplaces.
The second story addition required complete removal of the roof to go up, adding a master bedroom suite and luxury bath to this home. The project also included all new electrical and mechanical systems upgrades and roof mounted integrated 7.41 kW solar system. A complete home transformation in only a 7 months!
Complete exterior and interior renovation of a historic home in Bellingham’s Letter Streets neighborhood. The home was built in 1907 and while needing a lot of love and attention, we worked hard to maintain it’s original look and feel. During construction we found several interesting items including an old gas light fixture and a love letter written to William Slater in Portland. The letter is a classic, referencing train travel and the fickle nature of Bellingham’s early electrical service.
This is a classic “conversion” project. Here we took an old and very rough garage and have made a studio apartment for our client. They wanted to restore the integrity of the structure and make the most of the limited space. We have added a full bath and kitchenette while maximizing the living space with a studio style.
About three weeks ago we began a complete remodel on a classic 1961 rambler built by the acclaimed local builder from a by-gone era, Ted Genger. The home is north of Bellingham in farm country.
We are completely updating the home from top to bottom and will be working for the next few months to implement the owners ʻCountry Modernʼ theme on this great home.