Improve the comfort inside, from the kitchen to the bedrooms. The master bedroom should be revamped and have its own bathroom. Give the outside a new look since the materials and the openings for the most part have to be replaced.
Add a story with a large master bedroom with bathroom and closet, a large living area as well as a home office and if possible, a den in a turret and a terrace. Remodel the ground floor as to leave a single bedroom, a remodeled kitchen and an improved view on the river from the dining room , the luncheon nook and the new reading area.
Add on two floors to provide a new living room on the ground floor and a bigger master suite upstairs. Remodel the ground floor with open areas. Rearrange a part of the upstairs to provide more storage and a den. Improve the exterior by adding a gallery and a screened shelter.
First and foremost, the residence is still residing in the same neighborhood, and the home is extended in a significant way to acquire bigger living space among which; a vast living room and a big dining room. Without ometting the addition of the game room and a home office and diving the activity sector from the resting area.
Add space to consolidate three bedrooms including the master with access to the new bathroom. Create a more harmonious development on the ground floor and more clearly define the living areas. Upgrade the exterior of the house.
Expand the house to get a new and comfortable master bedroom with its own bathroom and a large walk-in closet. Improve the service entrance and provide more storage space. Make sure the exterior of the house retains an esthetic look, well integrated to the neighbourhood.
Add a two-car garage with a studio above linked to the house. Build a solarium at the rear side of the house for later use as a den or breakfast area. Expand the master bedroom and especially the bathroom on the second floor. Renovate the kitchen, add a laundry area and a boudoir in the entrance hall if possible. Remodel the exterior.
Expand the house significantly in order to provide more bedrooms for the needs of this large family. The main entrance must be relocated and more functional. Eliminate the log cabin look outside but not inside and aim for a "victorian" look overall.
Expand the house to provide a two-car garage and a family room with a wood stove in the right rear corner and an access to the natural landscape. Make the rooms above the garage larger and finally change the whole look of the house.
Replace the car port with a garage and provide a new exterior look to the main facade especially. Relocate the staircase to make room for a new entrance. Redo the kitchen and the bathroom to make them more spacious. Increase the size of the master bedroom.