This English Tudor home built in 1928 spoke to a unique charming character, but was indeed of major renovation due to the deterioration of the interior and exterior.
The entire home was restored back to its original condition with only modification, a kitchen renovation to reflect today's lifestyle. The original millwork throughout the house was "ribbon stripped African mahogany and that was the same wood used throughout the entire custom kitchen cabinetry.
The final produced a kitchen that retained an old world feel with the integration of today's latest technology in cooking appliances. This design respected the style and era of the home resulting in a kitchen that could have been original to the home.
The kitchen design was awarded and recognized by Wolf/Subzero in 2006 in the category of the best small kitchen.