The transformation of this 1913 Ruxton home is one of the most substantial projects that Greenleaf Construction has completed to date. Greenleaf craftsmen collaborated with Mark Mobley Architecture, Custom Fit Cabinetry and Landscaping Creative Ways to bring this family’s dream home to life.
The expansive two-story addition includes a gourmet kitchen, mudroom room, family room, second story primary suite as well as a full basement. The existing home was completely reconfigured to accommodate the needs of the owners, including new bathrooms, second floor laundry, a guest suite and additional storage spaces.
The new kitchen and bar are equipped with custom cabinetry, top of the line appliances and a large island with a combination of marble and butcher block countertops. The mudroom has custom built lockers, and a partial height shower for cleat and dog washing. Upstairs, the primary suite has custom cabinets and vanity, a large walk-in marble shower with rain head and custom closet systems. Multiple french doors open to the blue stone patio with butler stone walls. New Andersen A series windows and doors were installed throughout the existing home and addition.
The roof was replaced with a DiVinci composite cedar shake roof system, and all of the siding was replaced with James Hardie fiber cement lap siding maintaining the character of the original home.
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