This renovation of an 1890 home was done for sustainably conscious owners. Floors removed during demolition were remanufactured into kitchen cabinets and additional millwork throughout the house. Several other original features, including stairs and balusters, were reused. In the mudroom, hand-scraped pegs were made from fallen trees on the site. This charming home also features geothermal heating and cooling.
ArchitectJill Neubauer Architects Inc.
Rooms & SpacesKitchens , Living Spaces , Stairways
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