Hammock Residence

Renovation and expansion of a 1940's one-room cottage into a 3,000s.f. single family home set in densely wooded lot.
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New entry feature that ties existing wood cottage to new addition.
“Covered entrance however, I think the black lights on the exterior should have been larger.” — Randi Dakin
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Main facade showing original 1940's one room house on left with new addition to the right.
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Renovated fireplace and main room
“fireplace” — BAR-K RANCHES
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The new entry foyer links old and new. Colored concrete floors throughout tie finishes to historic cottage.
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A new dining room looking into the foyer resulted from moving the existing kitchen to the new addition.
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Eposed wood rafters were preserved and renovated in the living room. The new concrete floors and coral stone fireplace cladding add warmth to the interior.
“natural stone” — melintho
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A new kitchen was added with large windows to the garden.
“muebles cocina” — caritu
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A late century hutch salvaged by the owners was built in to complete the kitchen.
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The master bedroom enjoys and extended sitting room which was once a screened porch.
“White again!” — michtg1999
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“wood wall” — kkingery
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Chicken Coop built from reclamined doors, windows, and lumber.
“chook shed” — Martin Klein
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