Here are a few photos of our Winter Park Road home during construction.
Here are a few photos during the construction of our most recent project on Lafayette Avenue in Winter Park, FL.
Here are a few photos from the construction of our latest project on Pansy Avenue in Winter Park, FL.
Here are some video clips of our latest home under construction on Pansy Avenue in Winter Park, Florida. We hope that these videos will be helpful in explaining some of the aspects of constructing a new home. We’ll post short videos on various topics as the home is built. Please check back frequently to see the home as it is completed.
Here are some video clips of our latest home under construction on Winter Park Road in Winter Park, Florida. We hope that these videos will be helpful in explaining some of the aspects of constructing a new home. We’ll post short videos on various topics as the home is built. Please check back frequently to see the home as it is completed.
We have two new custom homes just starting construction in Winter Park. Both are 4 bedrooms with 3.5 baths. The first is a craftsman style two story home with 2,650 square feet on Pansy Avenue in Winter Park. The second is a two story, Louisiana-inspired home on Winter Park Road in Winter Park and has just over 3,400 square feet.
Our project on Tuscarora Trail in Maitland was chosen as the National Winner in its category in the 2013 Chrysalis Awards for kitchen design. Since 1993, the Chrysalis Awards have honored the finest remodeling projects in the country. Needless to say we are extremely excited to have our work recognized by Professional Remodeler Magazine as one of the best in the country.
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One of our clients purchased a modest home that was built in 1956 with a vision of remodeling it. Her priority was enlarging the kitchen and creating a second master suite by expanding one of the smaller bedrooms and the bath. To enlarge the kitchen and create a larger bedroom and bath, the existing kitchen would have to expand into the adjacent sunroom. Some of the space would also need to be used for the new bathroom and master suite. Some additional space could also be captured by expanding into the covered porch adjacent to the sunroom without needing to revise the roof. The original carport had been enclosed years ago and could be used for a new guest bath and laundry room.
Typical of a 1950’s house, the kitchen was very small. It also had three different doors leading into it from the hallway, dining room and sunroom that really hampered its functionality. The new owner really enjoys cooking and entertaining and the small kitchen just wouldn’t cut it. She wanted a pro-style range and a generous island where she could prep while still being able to engage guests in the adjacent dining and family room.
Our challenge was to come up with a plan that would provide a functional kitchen that was open to the adjacent dining and living space, an enlarged bedroom and bathroom, a new guest bath and an expansion of the living room – all on a modest budget. The first task in undertaking such a project is to map out the existing space to see how much square footage we have to work with. Next is determining what walls can be removed without damaging the structural integrity of the home or creating the need for extensive (and expensive) structural changes. Ater drawing the floor plan of the existing house and some careful planning, we determined that we could accomplish the homeowner’s goals by removing a few existing walls and reconfiguring the interior space while adding just over 50 square feet of interior space under the existing covered porch roof.
Here are a few photos of the project. We’ll add more photos as the project continues so you can follow its progress.