Removal of several walls and a significant floor plan reconfiguration transformed the main floor of this 70s bungalow into a bright and functional contemporary living space.
Removal of two structural walls and the addition of two integrated beams transformed several small rooms into one beautifully functional open concept great room.
The home's former dining room could not accommodate the owner's dining suite – now featured proudly in the centre of the expansive great room and flanked by a stone fireplace.
A second fireplace features a formal surround and mantle in the connected living room.
Integrated seating space at the large kitchen island keeps the cook connected to family and guests.
The well-planned kitchen was moved from the front of the house to the back, and features multiple preparation areas and extensive storage.
Suffering from a poorly constructed extension, this traditional farmhouse nearly doubled in size while preserving its natural 'fit' on the creekside property.