This charming 1921 craftsman bungalow has been completely remodeled inside and out. This house was rebuilt thoroughly and at great cost (over 100K). We are unlikely to make profit off the sale but the project was fun and we hope someone will cherish this house for years to come.
Here is a list of work done:
-Seismic retrofit done with a structural engineer. Major foundation improvements where nec, anchor bolts, sheerwall and reinforcement of the center beam and underframed sections of the house
-New kitchen and bathrooms with new appliances and fixtures
-All new copper plumbing with an energy-efficient tankless hot water heater and new cast iron drain lines
-Electrical updated with two new panels and mostly new wiring*
-Brand new energy efficient furnace
-Brand new composition roof
-new double insulated Milguard windows in the back of the house
-attic, floor and wall insulation added*
-original oak floors refinished
-stucco repaired all around
-original craftsman character of the front of the house restored
*The living room and upstairs bedroom are lacking wall insulation (but have attic and floor insulation) and electrical upgrades because the plaster was left in place. It was determined this would be a large cost for little improvement.