When only the second floor is worth saving, well then let's save it. How would one go about that you ask. We brought in the folks from Jepsen to help us with this one. Gone is the 1910's era main level with it's numerous additions, quirky layout and dated finishes. Gone also is the wet and cracked basement foundation, with it's low ceiling height. All that has been kept is the second floor addition built above the once one story home in 1993. Now it's our job is too build back in it's place a completely modern and remarkable bungalow.
To neighbors, the quaint bungalow on 39th and Vincent won't appear all that different when we are done. To accommodate a new floor structure between the basement and lower level the height of the home will grow 6". Once rebuilt the main level will feature new window layouts and new siding, but otherwise the footprint of the remodeled home will be exactly as it was before we began.