This existing twelve hundred square foot bungalow received a generous make-over when SMPL was tasked with carrying out a substantial second floor addition and main floor renovation.
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The second floor addition more than doubles the square footage of the existing home freeing up the main floor for an open concept layout kitchen, living and dining room. As well as the addition of sought after modern features like a concealed pantry, mudroom, home office and a powder room at the back of the home for convenient pool use. The second floor addition transforms the home into a spacious four bedroom, three and a half bathroom home with second floor laundry.
SMPL not only checked off the practical needs for this client’s growing family but also ensured the exterior of the home would blend in with a mixed neighborhood comprised of original homes, new builds and renovations. The majority of the second floor is stepped back to mitigate the transition from bungalow to two storey developments happening in the neighborhood. This also allowed for a prominent overhang that frames the garage and front entry that welcomes you into the home.
The soft earthy tones again are an effort to blend the home into the neighborhood opposed to a stark black and white color scheme that works against the red and yellow brick bungalows typical of the area.