The renovation of this 1946 townhouse residence retained all interior structural elements but joined the kitchen and dining room into one space. The kitchen and two bathrooms needed to be gutted and replaced, and the basement space was finished for the children's play room and guest room. This small house was expertly expanded internally, using all available areas without expanding outside its envelope.
The house is weatherized, with insulation added where possible to walls that were open during renovation. All light fixtures are energy efficient, including LED downlight cans, with the type and number of bulbs being minimized for ease of maintenance.