Historic Remodel

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  2. The new portion of the house was meant to pay homage to carriage houses. The door shown is decorative and the windows open up to the stairwell. Shutters by owner.

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  4. The interior of the "False Door" on the street elevation. The windows bring light into the stairwell going to the office loft.

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  6. The original design concept showing a clear separation between the historic structure and the new architecture.

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  8. The original cabin being moved onto its new concrete foundation.

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  10. An original structural detail. Yes, those are chains hanging from a 2x4 holding up individual rafters. My all time favorite existing condition.

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  12. The Master bath

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  14. The Living/Dining area was located in the original structure.

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  16. The Kitchen was also located in the existing Miner's Cabin. The windows facing east give this room great light.

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  18. The Entry elevation showing the original Miner's Cabin. The shutters were added by a subsequent owner.,

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  20. One of the bedrooms in the new basement. Large lightwells and high ceilings help this room to feel light and comfortable

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