Riverfront Residence

The homeowners loved the location and view from this riverfront home but wanted more space for their family and an updated look. A major renovation ensued that transformed the modest ranch house into a split-level showcase, adding a two story addition containing a luxurious master suite and walkout entertainment room below. Existing vinyl siding was removed and reused by Habitat for Humanity and the outside is now clad in Indiana limestone and cedar shingles. A geothermal heat pump system, spray foam insulation, and new windows throughout increased the home's energy efficiency. The result is a unique, light-filled home with sweeping views of the Ohio River and spacious living areas both inside and out.

Design and construction by Rock Paper Hammer.
Entry Court
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Bluestone entry court with copper basin fountain and rain chain
“Fountain not too tiered/predictable” — annepittman
Front View
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“Overhangs.” — Estudio Castaño
Overhang at Riverfront Terrace
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Curved wood brackets support a soaring overhang, original to this mid-century home. Wood on underside of overhang is continuation of redwood ceiling in adjacent Living Room.
“rain chain” — jsumrok
Exterior
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“Simply stunning” — Jennifer Schenkenfelder
Garage and Entry
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“garage doors” — dmfox58
Back Exterior
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“Kinda cool!” — bellapippa
Patio Panorama
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Patio Seating
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“like the concrete slabs” — Dan Mudido
Living Room
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“Stationary windows to match casements on adjacent wall” — aeparrish65
Kitchen
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“Rock paper hammer kitchen” — marciaroth
Kitchen
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Patio
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“Side patio?” — kelseykstarks
Patio
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“Furniture” — klcowen
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