Scope of the project:
The homeowners love their home, the only thing it lacked was a large kitchen for entertaining. The existing kitchen was roughly 120 SF which limited their amount of cabinet space, appliance size and their ability to visit with guests while dinner was being prepared. The solution is an addition of 250 SF kitchen and pantry area giving them a total SF for their kitchen of nearly 400 SF! Since the home is located in the Irvington Historic District, the design was painstakingly completed to match the original home and after the historic review and design review we hit the ground running!
The scope of work was as follows:
- Design & build starting from the historic plan review to building permits
- Excavate form and pour foundation for addition including adding a bathroom on to the basement
- Frame, sheet, side and roof addition which must match the existing home
- Addition of 6″x20″x 20′ beam to open the new kitchen into the old
- New double-hung JeldWen windows matching the design of the original
- Remove partially finished den and media room in the basement and finish out including spray foam insulation on exterior walls, new wiring, new plumbing and low voltage for entertainment center.
- All custom cabinetry in kitchen pantry, dining room and basement media room
- Replace multiple double-hung windows in other areas of the house to match the originals.
- Paver walkway and patio
- Custom built pergola with built-in planter boxes
- All new landscaping in the backyard including water garden for downspout drainage