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mill valley remodel

These photos are actually a few weeks old, and much has happened since they were taken.  This is the rear side of the house which is being totally remodeled inside and out, including small additions at the front and rear as well.  Note that this end of the house has an offset gable, so part of it is recessed – we’re extending it so it’s a flush wall.  The stairs were formerly enclosed behind a wall.  We widened them, they’ll have an open railing, and the windows will be revised to actually match the spaces.  Below, the stairs are seen from the upper landing. On left, the upper bathroom is being tiled in a 12×12 dark slate color tile.

The family is living camping in the front half of the house, as much as they can, through construction.  The remnant but usable pieces of the kitchen are just inside the plastic wall separating the construction zone.  The new steel beam above allows the rooms at the back to be totally open. Floor plans showing the new areas being added in the shaded hatch.  Large bay windows at the two front bedrooms aren’t hatched but they are new.  More to come!

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