This formerly blighted furniture store and apartments have been transformed into a renovated three-family residence located in the historic Bywater neighborhood. The interiors provide a contemporary feel with updated appliances, lighting and plumbing. Its original doors, mismatched windows, and arts and crafts-era layout however, was restored to maintain its traditional appearance. Historic features include the enclosed sunroom, bathroom cabinetry, the view under the stairs in one bedroom, and the small parlor door and window ledge in the downstairs space. A second story loggia in front and balcony in the rear grace its exteriors. Adamick Architecture worked closely with the Bywater Historic District Landmarks Commission to design and renovate this property, making it eligible for historic tax credits. Such historic tax credits enable the revitalization of this area as it makes transforming blighted properties such as this one affordable.
(Photos by SNAP Real Estate Photography.)