Bayou St. John Craftman Bungalow Featured in Preservation in Print


The Preservation Resource Center highlighted a project we were very excited to see come to fruition.

“The 1922 house had been owned by only one family before the Favrets bought it in 2021, and it needed significant updating after being uninhabited since the previous owner’s grandparents passed away in the 1980s.

Using plans by Adamick Architecture, contractor Dixie Construction took on the months-long renovation, during which the couple lived with Chelsea’s parents while expecting their first child. The house was gutted to the studs and rebuilt using the original framing and parts of the original layout.”

You can read the rest of the article on the Preservation Resource Center Website. The project will be up in our portfolio soon!

~ Photo by Sara Essex Bradley ~ 

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