The following property was my seventh project and definitely my biggest undertaking. It was a Victorian Home, used as a rental for years on Hays street, just north of downtown Boise, Idaho. It was 3500 finished square feet, another 400 plus unfinished, and a detached two car garage when completed. It is an one hundred year old Victorian, in the historical district of Boise, that was being used as a triplex for several years when purchased. It had had some rough remodels over the years and needed to be redesigned back into a single family home. This involved removing unnecessary walls, developing the kitchen, and adding a master bedroom (which was not the norm in the early 1900's). The biggest challenge was combining most of an old house, with large parts of new house, to meet seamlessly, and outperform new construction.
Incidentally, I am not an architect.
Boise, Idaho, Victorian Exterior BEFORE
Boise, Idaho, Victorian Living Room BEFORE
Boise, Idaho, Victorian Kitchen BEFORE
Boise, Idaho, Victorian Bathroom BEFORE
Boise, Idaho, Victorian Back of house BEFORE
Victorian home in Boise, Idaho
There is more to be said about this property, but I thought I would let these first few images tell the story for now. More will follow soon. Thanks for looking.
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