Description of Project:
The owners of this modest west side colonial love their neighborhood. They desired living space that would allow them to extend their years in this home. Designed by Washtenaw Woodwrights and Architectural Resource, the project entailed removal of an old addition and construction of a two-story addition with open living spaces and enhanced accessibility.
The existing kitchen was remodeled to provide a seamless transition to new large, light filled living space. A handsome built-in home office area, new bathroom, and reconfigured side entryway enhance the functionality of the first floor living space. Upstairs, the master suite features a fully accessible shower, walk-in closet, and laundry.
Finally, a new deck constructed of low maintenance composite material overlooks a delightful backyard pond. The homeowners are thrilled with their renovated home. We invite you to inspect the results for yourself!
Partnership with the homeowner. Craftsmanship. Organization. These are the principles
we at Washtenaw Woodwrights work by. From additions, kitchens, and bathrooms
to whole-house renovations, we strive to make the process of home transformation as
worry-free as possible.
Founded in 1983, owner Bruce Curtis and his design-build team draw on decades of experience with craft-inspired solutions that stand the test of time. Winners of numerous design awards, our work has appeared in American Bungalow Magazine, Old House Interiors, and Signature Kitchen and Baths. Visit Woodwrights Kitchen and Bath Design Center to explore many styles of cabinetry, countertop materials, flooring, and fully designed kitchens and baths.
With hundreds of samples to choose from in one convenient setting, we help take the headache out of home remodeling design.
From downtown Ann Arbor follow southbound Main St. to one block past Pauline Blvd. Turn right onto West Keech Ave. From West Stadium Blvd., follow Edgewood Ave. Turn right onto West Keech Ave.