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Cedar Ranch

Cedar Ranch


What Houzz contributors are saying:

Vanessa Brunner added this to A Dramatic Facade Makeover in Maine
The home's interior had an updated open-concept floor plan, but the exterior didn't suit the owner's modern sensibility. Plus, the asphalt roof was in poor shape, and the 4-foot-wide wraparound porch felt like an afterthought.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

janetlisa added this to Remodeling Before and After
April 7, 2014
orlaithy added this to orlaithy's ideas
January 19, 2014
sharronm added this to sharronm's ideas
October 30, 2013
Maine house facade
kumranpyun added this to kumranpyun's ideas
September 29, 2013
Main façade makeover 1
jane_maxwell added this to exterior
September 17, 2013
sonharley added this to next house
September 17, 2013
Nice way to utilise slopping land. Guest rooms underneath main living area. Lovely veranda all the way round.
budobetty added this to budobetty's Ideas
September 16, 2013
Look at project
stoltzmde added this to stoltzmde's ideas
September 15, 2013
fengshuigal added this to Houses before/after
September 15, 2013
Who lives here: Rental home and part-time residence for a British man Location: Maine Size: 1,600 square feet with a 1,000-square-foot basement
bcuyler added this to bcuyler's ideas
September 15, 2013
House as purchased
Cambridge Western Contracting added this to dkopriva's ideas
September 15, 2013
the architect missed the mark on this reno. Split levels are the hardest types of facades to make look good. the original home should have been embellished rather that transformed. The house now looks naked and the horizontal and vertical line fight with each other.
bccecil5 added this to articles of interst
September 14, 2013
Like how the did the porch. Just needs to be screened! Nice railing.
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