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MainStreet Design Build
22 Reviews
English Cotswold Addition Project
Ideabooks21
Questions0
This early 20th century Poppleton Park home was originally 2548 sq ft. with a small kitchen, nook, powder room and dining room on the first floor. The second floor included a single full bath and 3 bedrooms. The client expressed a need for about 1500 additional square feet added to the basement, first floor and second floor. In order to create a fluid addition that seamlessl...More
“continue screen porch around to back with a sitting side and a dining side” — carolynadk
MainStreet Design Build
22 Reviews
English Cotswold Addition Project
Ideabooks459
Questions2
This early 20th century Poppleton Park home was originally 2548 sq ft. with a small kitchen, nook, powder room and dining room on the first floor. The second floor included a single full bath and 3 bedrooms. The client expressed a need for about 1500 additional square feet added to the basement, first floor and second floor. In order to create a fluid addition that seamlessl...More
“Gutters” — csordo
MainStreet Design Build
22 Reviews
English Cotswold Addition Project
Ideabooks87
Questions0
This early 20th century Poppleton Park home was originally 2548 sq ft. with a small kitchen, nook, powder room and dining room on the first floor. The second floor included a single full bath and 3 bedrooms. The client expressed a need for about 1500 additional square feet added to the basement, first floor and second floor. In order to create a fluid addition that seamlessl...More
“Garage door” — dsmb11246
MainStreet Design Build
22 Reviews
English Cotswold Addition Project
Ideabooks37
Questions0
This early 20th century Poppleton Park home was originally 2548 sq ft. with a small kitchen, nook, powder room and dining room on the first floor. The second floor included a single full bath and 3 bedrooms. The client expressed a need for about 1500 additional square feet added to the basement, first floor and second floor. In order to create a fluid addition that seamlessl...More
“Color” — greenwoodindiana
MainStreet Design Build
22 Reviews
English Cotswold Addition Project
Ideabooks60
Questions0
This early 20th century Poppleton Park home was originally 2548 sq ft. with a small kitchen, nook, powder room and dining room on the first floor. The second floor included a single full bath and 3 bedrooms. The client expressed a need for about 1500 additional square feet added to the basement, first floor and second floor. In order to create a fluid addition that seamlessl...More
“Cornisa” — Evelin Meneses
MainStreet Design Build
22 Reviews
English Cotswold Addition Project
Ideabooks60
Questions0
This early 20th century Poppleton Park home was originally 2548 sq ft. with a small kitchen, nook, powder room and dining room on the first floor. The second floor included a single full bath and 3 bedrooms. The client expressed a need for about 1500 additional square feet added to the basement, first floor and second floor. In order to create a fluid addition that seamlessl...More
“house color” — hpsamora
MainStreet Design Build
22 Reviews
English Cotswold Addition Project
Ideabooks344
Questions2
This early 20th century Poppleton Park home was originally 2548 sq ft. with a small kitchen, nook, powder room and dining room on the first floor. The second floor included a single full bath and 3 bedrooms. The client expressed a need for about 1500 additional square feet added to the basement, first floor and second floor. In order to create a fluid addition that seamlessl...More
“Flower boxes” — chetolahgold
MainStreet Design Build
22 Reviews
English Cotswold Addition Project
Ideabooks1,357
Questions2
This early 20th century Poppleton Park home was originally 2548 sq ft. with a small kitchen, nook, powder room and dining room on the first floor. The second floor included a single full bath and 3 bedrooms. The client expressed a need for about 1500 additional square feet added to the basement, first floor and second floor. In order to create a fluid addition that seamlessl...More
“green” — Merandia McCoy
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