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This 1963 Kirkland Rambler, with its flat roof, dated interior finishes, low ceilings, and post & beam construction (which limited floor space and layout) was ripe for renovation. 

The roof was removed and ceilings were raised one foot, in most areas, three feet in the living room. A new truss system allowed for an overall open floor plan, all new windows, updated trim, new kitchen and master suite. The entry door was moved out six feet to create a welcoming interior entry area. The new covered entry was added for better street appeal.

Design: Greggs Building Design
Contractor: Eden Custom Builders. Inc. 

Photography: Krogstad Photography

Living Room

Renovated Living Room with see-through, gas fireplace with custom designed mantle. 11-foot ceilings and picture/awning windows expanded the view. New hardwood floors and updated millwork throughout the entire home.  

Dining Room

Renovated Dining Room with new windows, hardwood floors and raised, coffered ceiling.


Renovated Master Bath with heated floors, jetted tub and enlarged shower with custom frameless glass doors. Carrara marble throughout.


Renovated Kitchen and family room required the removal of a masonry fireplace, allowing for an open floor plan with new kitchen island and glass see-through fireplace. New custom cabinets, new layout, slab granite countertops, slate floor, ceilings raised, new windows and doors. Raised eating bar with Verdi slab granite countertop.

Sitting Room

Renovated Family Room, just off the kitchen.


Outdoor Patio

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