Sea Cliff Hideaway

This Seacliff Hideaway experienced a substantial renovation to meet the lifestyle needs of its current owners. The façade was updated to enable a stronger street presence through the addition of modern elements like a copper roof and awning as well as new landscaping. A combined sitting and dining area opening to a new rear deck and garden was developed and connected to a redesigned kitchen.

Project Team

General Contractor: Scott & Warner Builders
Landscape Architect: Arterra Landscape Architects
Others who worked on this project: John Sutton Photography
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“fireplace at end of kitchen” — Emily Foshee
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“Option for door framing for kitchen” — free2flutter
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“This is a row home because it all goes upward instead of outward and looks like something you might” — kennedi1035
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“Railing” — Lynda Hartman
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“cs entry stone planters” — Jeri Delisa-Montano
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“Railing” — potter99
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“waterfall” — heide05
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