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Two doctors experienced with historic home renovation purchased a beautiful 1930’s Tudor Revival in need of some updating.  The house had been renovated a couple times during the last 80 years in a sympathetic style and with excellent construction quality to match the original.  When they desired to redo the kitchen and to convert an enclosed porch into a mudroom and guest bedroom, they wanted to ensure the same historic style and quality and also to qualify for the historic NC state income tax credit.  Although Sasha initially investigated some more invasive solutions, including enlarging the second floor, the ultimate design added just 80 SF off the kitchen; when complete the project was awarded the tax credit and also featured on Preservation Durham’s 2012 home tour

 

Photo credit: Marilyn Peryer.