This run of the mills 1950 Rambler in Fairfax city area is in a desired need of a facelift.
The retiring homeowner wanted to stay in their old neighborhood while desiring to uplift their droopy front elevation and compete with rest of newcomers in their neighborhood.
Through several design consultation and lots of changes, our design staff has presented her with a final draft.
They wanted to hang out in front porch and enjoy their front yard and walking neighbors more their backyard.
- We designed implemented a new covered front porch with trex flooring and stone columns with tarped tops, beaded panel ceiling, recess lights and ceiling fan, perfect place for couple rockersto hang outdoor and enjoy the view.
- The entire three sides of the house were covered with veneer water table stone and hardie plank siding with a jade green and a complementary shaker siding on the gables.
- Adding tow gable over the garage and the left elevation has changed the entire front elevation
- The new arts & Craft wooden garage door and front door uplifted the street appearance and given it a much-desired country look.
- The entire roofing was changed up with Architectural shingles and trimmed and new gable, then painted the old brick walls to compliment the new Hardie sidings.
- Rain drop gutters and soft landscaping brought the look together
This couple proudly seating in their rocking chairs and enjoying their passing neighbors. She said, I couldn’t be happier anywhere else.