This 1889 Victorian underwent a gut rehabilitation in 2010-2012 to transform it from a dilapidated 2BR/1BA to a 5BR/4BA contemporary family home. A new 3rd floor was added to add a Master Suite and a child's bedroom and two roof decks and the basement was excavated to add a 2-car garage (with electric car charger), 2BR, 1 BA and a wine cellar. A fresh and modern all-white palette was chosen with accent colors in various rooms. Traditional stair detailing, wide, oil-finished white oak floors and wainscot speaks to the past while a more open floor plan speaks to contemporary living. This house achieved a LEED Platinum green certification from the US Green Building Council in 2012.
Photo by Paul Dyer Di - adikiran
Foyer: Two-story open main stairwell with deep, double-entry arches that separate the entry hall and the stair hall. Extensive moldings and custom-built paneling. White oak floor with two custom pattern herringbone designs and French knots. Arch & table - webuser_283328149
Clawson Architects designed the Main Entry/Stair Hall, flooding the space with natural light on both the first and second floors while enhancing views and circulation with more thoughtful space allocations and period details.
staircase - stan_allison