1960’s rambler home in a Annandale neighborhood with a couple getting ready to retire and enjoy their own company living in this house for ret of their lives now that kids are grown and moved away.
Lack of garage has always been the major drag on their daily lives, as well as been cramped into a 10’x10’ jammed pack kitchen with its original cabinets and vinyl floor , and appliances that scream for retirement.
Design team met with the older couple, understood their dilemma and has suggested to eliminate the unused back four season room to be a part of the future expanded floor plan. We also suggested to relocate the entire new kitchen into new addition to create much need large dining room and create huge improvement to traffic flow.
The new 20’x 24’ side garage addition with double doors and new concrete driveway has created a major impact on front elevation appearance of this Rambler, the back door with leading walkway into new back 12’x21’ addition. New roofing, siding and gutters throughout the entire old and new house are few of features of this project.