It’s a 1928 Tudor home that has tons of vintage charm. The client is looking for an expanded Kitchen with Pantry, dedicated Mudroom, and additional Master Bedroom with bathroom. As well as updates throughout the home. They wanted something bright and inviting with a contemporary vintage vibe.
The main objective for this 650 SF addition, was to expand the home with an addition that is homogeneous. The beloved style shall remain as true to form as possible with a seamless extension to accommodate additional program needs. The objective was to preserve as much of the existing materials removed during demolition. For the front facade, we mixed the salvaged brick from the demolition with new bricks having the same character. Allowing the addition to seamlessly ties into the existing home. We applied the same approach for the slate roof which also ties seamlessly with the existing.
Careful consideration is paid to scale and materials; dormers mimic and complement the existing house and provide opportunities for second floor living under the eaves.
The goal was to create rooms that feel spacious and livable yet in scale with the existing rooms. The addition maximizes the use of space and takes into consideration carefully designed details.
Renovated and Expanded Kitchen
Expanded Master Bedroom with bathroom
Expanded and Finished Basement
Renovated existing bathrooms
Renovated home throughout with updated wood floors, skimcoat wall surfaces, recessed lighting, updated and painted trim & wainspaneling, paint and new fireplace surround.
A Special Permit was required for this project, therefore the design requires approval from the Wellesley Planning Board and the neighborhood at-large.
KMA received unanimous approval for a special permit from the Wellesley Planning Board and the neighborhood at-large.
“Thank you so much Keri for everything last night! This is so exciting that we are able to move forward! It was really wonderful to hear how positive the board was about your designs and how seamless and natural it would be once done. So thank you!!!
Langston DC out of Waltham