The “1919 Cottage Goes 2014” Makeover

updated Dec 19, 2019
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Renovation by: Oneiric Projects
Location: Los Angeles, CA

This developer redo of a house is worth a peek for your own potential projects. It’s fully updated but still charming, especially when it comes to not only preserving but improving upon its major vintage curb appeal.

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Details about the renovation from Oneiric:

New energy efficient windows preserves the 1919 style while providing ample natural light into the home. Original front door and peephole provides a warm welcome to visitors. New irrigation system ensures landscaping is adequately fed. Garage door rebuilt to maintain historical sensibilities.

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Original refinished hardwood floors, preserved floor and ceiling moldings, and an intimate decorative fireplace adorn the living room, open to the dining room and remodeled kitchen. Newly installed HVAC cools the living spaces, during warm summers, and heats them, during chill winters.

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Newly remodeled kitchen has cottage-style and shaker cabinetry, quartz countertops, farmhouse sink, stainless steel appliances, subway tile backsplash, and recessed lighting. New plumbing and new electrical panel and connections to kitchen and bathrooms bring longetivity to the life of the home.

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Newly remodeled hallway and master bathrooms, with subway tiling, tasteful glass enclosures, and quartz countertop vanities.

More info: 2106 Hillcrest

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