Neighborhood Charm

This remodel went from a tiny story-and-a-half Cape Cod, to a charming full two-story home. The exterior features an additional front-facing gable and a beautiful front porch that is perfect...

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Nest in the Trees

The original 1939 Cape Cod was charming but a bit lonely on the wide, quarter acre lot. With a fourth child on the way, the couple longed for the convenience...

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Modern Farmhouse

This design embodies a modern farmhouse exterior with an open concept floor plan and nautical mid century influence on the interior. From top to bottom, this home was completely customized...

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A Blank Canvas

The homeowners loved the location of their small Cape Cod home, but they didn't love its limited interior space. A 10' addition along the backside of the home and a...

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French Country

Once a dated rambler, this home has expanded into a two-story with elements reminiscent of the French countryside with its steep black roof and charming Disney-esque details. Although they were...

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21st Century Foursquare

While the homeowners loved their original “Sears catalog” foursquare, it wasn’t working for their modern day family. This rebuilt foursquare still suits its Lake Harriet setting, but delivers an exceptionally...

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Urban Cottage

This eclectic urban cottage beautifully blends elements from different cultures and times. The whole house remodeling balances fun European colors with traditional American styles. Notice the distinctive hot pink door,...

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Modern Flare

A segregated and cramped traditional Cape Cod was remodeled into a modern style open floor plan and aesthetic. The kitchen boasts a white quartz waterfall island, open stairway, distinctive arches,...

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Secluded Master Suite

This suite retreat started life as a Cape Cod attic. The master bathroom incorporates a separate tub and shower, private water closet, a large double vanity and heated floors. The...

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Bungalow Nostalgia

Even though the home was converted to a duplex in the 1980’s, this remodeled kitchen proves you CAN go back! Anchor Builders restored its 1920’s single-family traditional layout, while adding...

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Remodel Built for Two

These empty nesters wanted a kitchen to display their heirloom pieces while keeping essential cookware hidden but accessible for their visiting grandchildren. Matching cabinet panels conceal the large French-door refrigerator....

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