Maverick Street: Putting the House Back Together

Our house on Maverick Street posed a lot of structural challenges at the beginning of this project, but the extra work was well worth it. Because we gutted this house, we were able to completely reconfigure the floor plan to maximize space and to make the home flow more naturally. We reconfigured this home into three units, each unit having an open-concept kitchen and living area, two spacious bedrooms, and two bathrooms. With jaw-dropping 10 foot ceilings and custom finishes throughout, we transformed this previously uninhabitable property into what we hope will be someone's dream home. 

 We sided the house in a two-tone green siding and added a staircase to the exterior deck so that we could remove one of the  interior staircases , creating more square footage indoors.

We sided the house in a two-tone green siding and added a staircase to the exterior deck so that we could remove one of the interior staircases, creating more square footage indoors.

 These are the completely reconfigured floor plans for two of the three units. 

These are the completely reconfigured floor plans for two of the three units. 

 After gutting this house, we realized this home had hidden 10 foot ceilings on every floor of the house!

After gutting this house, we realized this home had hidden 10 foot ceilings on every floor of the house!

 Putting up new drywall allows us to see our vision for a space become a reality. 

Putting up new drywall allows us to see our vision for a space become a reality. 

 We installed gorgeous dark wood cabinets in the kitchen.

We installed gorgeous dark wood cabinets in the kitchen.

 We loved these natural looking stone tiles for the shower floor.

We loved these natural looking stone tiles for the shower floor.