N Sabella Inc
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Basement conversion, Belmont

This unfinished basement was converted to an office, living room, kitchenette, dining area, bedroom, bathroom and a hall closet. This provided the homeowner with a comfortable, casual space for entertaining guests which could perhaps house a live-in caretaker in the future. 1/3 of the basement was left unfinished for storage.
Project Year: 2017
Project Cost: $100,001 - $150,000
Country: United States
Zip Code: 02478
Others who worked on this project: Walters Design Studio|Architecture
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This project was converting 2/3 of an unfinished basement into an office, living room, kitchen/dining area, bathroom, spare bedroom and a closet.
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Belmont basement conversion
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This project was converting 2/3 of an unfinished basement into an office, living room, kitchen/dining area, bathroom, spare bedroom and a closet.
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This project was converting 2/3 of an unfinished basement into an office, living room, kitchen/dining area, bathroom, spare bedroom and a closet.
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This kitchenette was built for entertaining and for guests comfort.
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A kitchenette was built for entertaining and for guests.
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There is a spacious eating area off of the kitchenette and open to the living room.
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We custom-made these open shelves for the homeowner who wanted a clean look that was functional.
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The wall was cut out to create an open view from the railing. The stairs lead to the first floor of the home.
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A small wine cellar was created out of space under the stairs.
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This spacous living room has a built-in gas fireplace. Transom windows and a glass door to the office shed light and create an open feel.
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This gas fireplace adds warmth and ambiance to the living room area. We custom-made the mantel, adding the oak wood shelf to complement the oak trim on the railing and in the kitchen.
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Living room, eating area and bedroom.
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This office has a glass connecting door to the living room and hall. A slant to the base of the window throws light into the space. Transom windows and glass door also light up the space and don't close the room off.
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This office has a glass connecting door to the living room and hall. A slant to the base of the window throws light into the space. Transom windows and glass door also light up the space and don't close the room off.
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This is a bedroom off of the kitchen area. The transom window provide light and an open feel. This bedroom will house guests and perhaps a live-in caretaker some day.
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The wall was cut out to create an open view from the railing. The stairs lead to the first floor of the home.
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Built in closet
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