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.
Expand the dining room and the bathroom. Provide more access to the swimming pool in the back yard on the left side. Convert the family room into a master bedroom. Add a wood log storage. Improve the exterior look of the house.
Change the car-port into a garage, provide certain amenities in a contiguous room (shower, toilet, washbasin). Add a foyer in place of the existing porch and refurbish into a welcoming entrance. Convert the new facade in a more contemporary and warmer style.
Give this house a new look without too many modifications inside to minimize the costs of renovations. Add a turret on the facade to increase the size of the dining room on the ground floor and the master bedroom upstairs and to let more light into each room .
Add a garage at the basement level. Above this basement add a master bedroom with a walk-in closet and a living room. Renovate the bathroom. The investment being already substantial, preserve the style of the house.
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.
Add a two-car garage and suggest a new exterior appearance (from a picture of new houses in the Drummond Designs collection) that would eliminate the lenghty effect of the facade. Raise the roof and replace the exterior sheathing, if need be.
Since the family is growing, living space becomes a serious issue. Four bedrooms, a master suite included and a comfortable bathroom are required. A second story is the answer. Take the opportunity to remodel the exterior of the house.
Expand the second floor to obtain a more interesting volume and also a fifth bedroom. Add a sun room on the rear side in harmony with the existing one. Cover the exterior walls with a new sheathing which preserves the country style. Replace the existing doors and windows.
While teenagers need more room, parents ,on the other hand, need more intimacy . So we are asked to add a new volume to the house for a new master suite with private bathroom.We are also asked to renovate the exterior to make it look different.