If you missed our blog post on Monday, be sure to pop over and check out the lovely setting known as HartLand. Monica’s four gables farmhouse in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, was recently completed, but it features such classic details that many people often mistake it for a renovated older home.Read More »
What’s the best compliment you can receive after completing a major construction project? For Monica, it’s when people mistakenly think her brand-new home is an old house that has been restored.Read More »
When you live in a 1965-era ranch home, there is no shortage of updates to tackle. For Jess, it was easy to decide which room needed attention first in her Titusville, Florida, home.
“The kitchen was originally in the center of our home,” she explains. “To get anywhere in the house, you literally had to walk around it. So we ended up flipping the kitchen into the existing dining room without moving the plumbing. It was a pretty big project, but so worth it!”Read More »
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Dilworth neighborhood was first settled in the 1890s. Located just southwest of downtown Charlotte, North Carolina, this tree-lined neighborhood offers an eclectic mix of restaurants and boutique shops, and is home to both historic bungalows built in the early 1900s and modern luxury apartments.Read More »
When Pat and her husband moved into a luxury apartment located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, the new place had almost everything they needed.
“Our apartment is in The Elliott at Blue Hill,” Pat says. “When the complex was built, the interior designers used lights from Barn Light Electric. We have traditional barn lights over our entrance and on our small balcony.” She notes, however, that the apartments do not come with overhead lighting in the living and dining rooms nor in her husband’s study.Read More »
It was a cold, snowy February day when Arvin and Alicea decided to travel northeast from San Francisco to explore Lake Tahoe. After spending most of their adult lives in the Bay area, they were contemplating a big move. Snow banks engulfed the houses leaving much to the imagination.Read More »