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20 file(s) - Uploaded by: HappilyHolly
Created: Dec 15, 2014 | Flag
Total Ratings: 5
In 1840, when the Samuel W. Temple House was built, this had been a inset back porch which was at some point enclosed and then during the early 1980s was made into a studio apartment. There was single door going out onto- and four casement windows looking out onto the eastern yard. There was a very small bathroom, the plastic shower stall actually sat directly in front of one of the windows. When I purchased the home, roof system on the rear one-story wing of the house was basically nonexistent. The room had to be completely gutted, top to bottom, and rebuilt. I replaced the windows and added french doors. The exposed brick was in rough shape so I sanded and sealed it. With house being returned to a single family residence, I've turned this sunroom into a billiard room.
3 file(s) - Uploaded by: ballooncottage
Created: Oct 29, 2014 | Flag
Total Ratings: 16
Built in media wall has a variety of depths to house media, paintings and collections. Dimmable lighting is lovely at night. Next project is to add glass fireplace. Note use of antique chest to fill larger space.