Residential Historic Renovation Under $300,000


National Award

Harth Builders                                                 
Spring House, Penn. 

The homeowners wanted to convert their unfinished, rarely used carriage garage into a fully conditioned indoor/outdoor kitchen and entertainment area. The transformed space beautifully complements their adjacent 1920 stone manor-style home by providing an additional 415 square feet of livable space, a flexible floor plan for hosting 8 to 12 individuals in varying seating arrangements, and an expansive 18-foot wide tri-fold stacking door system that immediately accesses their rear courtyard. Rustic woods, mixed metal finishes, and granite counters support the kitchen’s innovative storage components and work triangle.

Regional Award

Moss Building & Design                                 
Chantilly, Va.

With the vision of the designers in concert with the homeowners’ own design style and aesthetics, the results now include the dream kitchen the customers had always longed for as well as a stunning primary bathroom that mimics the design style of the kitchen, all while keeping a focus on the historic nature of the home. 

Regional Award

Sockeye Homes                                              
Kent, Wash. 

This 1920s home was exceptionally well-preserved with a prior remodel, but the homeowners wanted to upgrade the space to bring it up to today’s standards while keeping the charm of the historical home.

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