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The entrance features stone walls.
The exterior features Anderson Windows with fluted trim with a raised panel and custom molding.
This mahogany porch has custom cedar rails with a mahogany rail cap and mahogany tong and grove decking.
The siding is a cedar clap board. Both sides of the siding was primed before installation.
The window in the master bathroom is a glass block window.
The fireplace is a masonry custom stone fireplace.
The curb along the street is designed to match the stone on the front of the home.
We worked around the existing landscape and trees with no resulting damage.
This is a custom arch with full columns in the center and half columns on each end.
The arch trim has half columns.
The floor is an inlayed patterned floor with roses in its corners.
The railing is a continuous hand rail running from first floor to third floor.
The bottom of the walls are panel walls.
The trim is an arch trim with a keystone design in the arch and fluted side columns.
This is the master sitting room with French doors for entering the bedroom.
The ceiling is a vaulted ceiling with built in lights.
The bathroom has custom tile with with glass block windows.
There is custom tile work with multiple shower heads and the walls have translucent glass blocks.
The vanity is custom designed with customized cabinetry and sink with a mirror to match.
The toilet room is tiled with a window.
This is a custom cherry fireplace with arch trim and marble surrounding to match the arches in the room with provided TV shelf.
This is a custom fireplace with fluted columns to match the fluted archways throughout the room.
This is an oak hardwood floor finished on the site.
The bottom of the wall is a beaded wall to match the sides of the vanity.
The floors and walls feature custom tile selected by the homeowners.
This is a custom built-in closet.
This is a cedar closet.
This is a cedar closet with open wired shelves.
This is the excavation for the new home addition.
This is the excavation to prepare for underground plumbing.
This is the replaced beams after the rotted beams, pictured in the "Before Construction" category, was removed.
This is the framing of the new addition to the home.
This is the framing of new support beams where a wall used to be.
This is the house prior to construction. There is no second or third floor yet built. The Cleaver Construction truck is in front of the house. The exterior walls originally had stucco walls.
These main support beams were found during construction to have water damage.
The water damaged beams were replaced.