Georgetown Renovation

Not uncommon in Georgetown, the kitchen in this very early 1900 three-level townhouse resided in the basement. Throughout the years, updates were made to the  appliances and flooring but when the owners decided they wanted to completely gut and remodel the space and bring it up to code, this little old house went kicking and screaming.  It was no easy task with many hiccups along the way, but thanks to a competent building and construction engineer, and my open minded and patient clients, the project came to completion with stunning results.

The Before


 

 We Removed the Corner Window


An Overview of the New Layout

Getting Down to the Bones and Digging Trenches
 

Signs of  New Life
 

The After



The Bump Out Window Brings in More Light


Getting the Washer & Dryer off the Floor Space and into the
Storage Area Under the Stairs was a Key






I would like to thank
Don Manthey Construction
Lorrie Addison Stuart Kitchens
Dmitry Smoylin, Fairfax Restorations
Lafayette Anderson, Anderson Electric
Chris Dvorak Drafting
Tim Cobb, Revelation Services
George Brown, Photographer, Rights Assist