I cannot believe our latest restoration is complete! We are ready to show off one of our biggest projects yet, an 1874 Victorian style home located six blocks from downtown Stillwater in the sought-after South Hill neighborhood.
Come to our Open House Sunday, October 26th from 12- 5 p.m.
I can’t believe the Stillwater Gazette wrote a story on us and the beginning of the transformation of our latest project, 411 Olive Street West in Stillwater, Minnesota. In this article, I talk about preserving the character of the home as well as modernizing it “to code.”
This exquisite property is on 1.5 acres of land. This 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom home was an “old farm house.” The previous owner had placed “solar” power systems on the roof and had three different heating systems. Needless to say, it needed a lot of work…
Other people may have described this house as the “hoarder’s” house, I described it as “gorgeous.” This property is on half an acre of land in the city of St. Anthony. It was an old barn and old school house, cool, huh?
McKinley turned out to be my favorite rehab. This 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home had two living spaces, which made the house very marketable. People thought I was crazy when I decided to flop the kitchen and living room area…
I call this house the “Reuse Recycle Rehab.” This 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home was a true work of art. Every piece of work in this house was custom. We either used existing features and pieces of the home or used raw wood to transform each living space into a charming space.
I describe this rehab as the “risk taker.” This house was a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home that we turned into a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom home. Everyone thought I was crazy when I decided to open up all the upper level and turn it into a master bedroom with master bathroom, sitting area, and walk-in closet.
2 1/2 street was the first single family home I renovated. This is the 4 bedroom, 3 bath home that started it all. This rehab gave me the passion for renovation. I learned so much about construction, design, permits, and what NOT to do!