Complete renovation and restoration with meticulous detailing. This 1910 historic home has an open layout downstairs, creating a bright and functional space. Enter the main living area to a combination living and dining room. The 9' ceilings and widened doorways make this compact living space feel much bigger.
Because the kitchen isn’t big enough to have an eat-in area, the dining table is convenient and open to the kitchen. Nice spacious kitchen with ample storage and character. Great laundry room/mudroom with half-light pocket doors between it and the kitchen to let in light from a great window, but block laundry noise if guests want to close them while cooking or hanging out.
The back doors often get much more use than the front ones (with the shed full of beach gear, outdoor shower, and other post-beach amenities) so it is just as inviting as the front entryway. Off to the side there is a little bonus mudroom area complete with a bench and numerous hooks for towels, bathing suits, beach bags, etc.
Upstairs the renovation created a master by adding a small en-suite bathroom and closets. The light wall colors, bedding, and curtains make the rooms feel more airy. The closet of the front bedroom does not have a door so guests are able to enjoy the light through the diamond window within. A blackout curtain can be drawn closed to block the light. Across from the window is a dresser and a hanging rod for easy-but-still-hidden clothing storage, since it’s tucked behind the wall enough that guests don’t see it from bed. There is a full bath upstairs and bonus sleeping nook with the nearby hall closet easily accessible for use by guests staying in this mini 3rd bedroom.