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Renovations and Additions

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  Ryan

The center of this South Roanoke home was completely opened up to create a large kitchen and Family Room space.  Interior walls were removed and beams installed in the ceiling to clear out a jumble of closets and a bathroom to allow for this grand new space.

Architect: J. Hough

Cabinets: Ronk

  Merritt

Renovations to this stately colonial home in Edge Hill included a new kitchen and conversion of an old screened porch into a stunning new Family Room.  The Family Room renovations were done several years prior to the kitchen upgrades.  Notice the glass cabinets in front of the windows looking onto the rear deck.  The home owner wanted to maximize the light coming into her kitchen, and these cabinets did the trick.

Design: Matt Prescott

Cabinets: Ronk

  Higginbotham

This already beautiful brick home on Bent Mountain was expanded with a new wing on the left side of the house.  The main level of the addition has a three car garage and new entry foyer.  The upper level is a complete Guest Suite, with two bedrooms, kitchen, full bath, and living room.  The old garage was renovated into a large game room with a bar.  The existing kitchen was completely renovated as well.

Architect: Balzar and Associates

  Goldsmith

An outdoor patio was added to the rear of this country home in Roanoke county.  The patio is stained and scored concrete.  Natural stone walls define the edges of the patio.  An outdoor wood burning fireplace and seat walls make this an excellent year- round entertaining space.

Design: Matt Prescott

  Nathan

A garage conversion into a spectacular Hot Yoga studio was the request from this South Roanoke home owner. The addition of an outdoor shower, meditation garden and finished patio has made it the envy of the neighbors.

Design: Matt Prescott

  Irons

This South Roanoke home was given a whole new outdoor living space in the rear yard.  A new retaining wall built into the back yard allowed for a generous amount of new patio space and room for a light filled addition.  The new patio and family room are connected by several large patio doors.  Back to back indoor and outdoor fireplaces allow year round entertaining.  A wood fired pizza oven completes the outdoor amenities.  A remodeled kitchen was also incorporated in the scope of the project.

Design: Matt Prescott

  Butler

This simple 60’s era ranch home was completely transformed into a craftsman style bungalow.  A spacious front porch was constructed with ipe flooring, tapered craftsman columns, and timber brackets. Cement shake siding was applied on the exterior along with all new exterior window and door trim.  Many important site improvements were also made, including a new front stair, retaining walls on the side and rear, and a new rear patio area.  Large skylights were installed in the kitchen ceiling to allow huge amounts of light into the kitchen and dining areas.

Architect: Danny Goins

  Bloomfield

This classic colonial home was enlarged for a growing family.  A two story brick addition on the rear allows for a new Master Suite upstairs and a large Family Room and covered porch downstairs.  The kitchen expands into another addition to open up the entire back of the home on the first floor.  Extensive renovations to the existing home were also undertaken.  Great storage areas were created along with a large Mudroom with cubbies for each child.

Architect: Danny Goins

  Teague

This one story home in South Roanoke was expanded with a new wing on the left side of the house which includes a Master Bedroom and Master Bath, laundry room, and two car garage.  A second addition on the rear consists of a new family room.  The home was completely renovated as well, with a new kitchen, three remodeled bathrooms, and a basement office.

Design: M.Nelson-Bowles, Nelson, Powers

Architect: J. Hough

  Jones

A one story addition was added to this fine old home in South Roanoke.  Included in the addition were a new Family Room, full bath, and new quarters for the Owners' three dogs.  The dogs even got their own wash room!  A new screen porch, connecting to the existing front porch, and a covered stair to the garage were also constructed.

Design: Matt Prescott

  Zachman

We transformed an old and tired looking den into a stunning new Home Theater space.  Improvements include new cherry cabinets and trim, a new stone fireplace and timber mantle, a wet bar, and wide plank oak flooring.  Hidden behind the beautiful cherry cabinets is a dynamic home theater system, with surround sound speakers and a retractable movie screen.

Design: 
Elaine Stephenson, E.S. Interiors


Cabinets: Classical Design.

  Williams

Major improvements were constructed on to the back of this home in Roanoke County.  Included were a new vaulted screen porch, trimmed with clear cedar, with a fireplace and tile floor.  A new Teak deck was built, connecting the screen porch to the kitchen, family room, and master bedroom.  The pool deck was enlarged and resurfaced with crab orchard stone.  And a new fence and landscaping were installed around the pool area.

Architect: Balzer and Associates.

  Trinkle Lake

A two story addition and complete renovation of the existing house at Smith Mountain Lake. New kitchen, windows, and new trim paneling throughout the interior. New board and batten siding on exterior, with new patio and exterior fireplace.

Architect: 
Jeff Wood – Rife + Wood Architects


Designers: 
Matt Prescott, Ann & Dave Trinkle

  Sewell

A complete renovation of a Smith Mountain Lake house for a large extended family.  Renovations of the main house consisted of all new windows and doors, a new screen porch, new bathrooms, a new roof and new board and batten siding.  An old garage was also renovated into a Guest House. 
Both structures were then connected with a pergola.

Architect:
Jeff Wood – Rife + Wood Architects

  Stephenson

This project consisted of two additions as well as a complete renovation of an existing home in South Roanoke.  A rear two story addition included a new basement rec room and main level family room.  Attached to this addition is a beautifully trimmed screen porch, with back to back stone fireplaces and a built-in grill enclosure.  The second addition on the opposite side of the house consists of a new master bathroom.

Architect: Danny Goins

  Kemper

Two story addition to this South Roanoke home.
Family Room and Kitchen downstairs and a new Master Bedroom and Bath upstairs. A multi-level brick patio was constructed in the rear with pergola structures.

Architect: Danny Goins

  Smith

Transformation of a one story lake house into a light filled, timber  framed beauty. New timber frame entrance and master bedroom addition. Rich interior details in oak.

Architect: Danny Goins

  Ellis

Complete interior renovations on this historic mansion in South Roanoke.  All seven bathrooms were renovated, along with a new kitchen and a host of other upgrades.

Designers: 
Elaine Stephenson Interiors

Matt Prescott

  Trinkle

Complete renovation of a beautiful Italianate home in South Roanoke.  The Kitchen and all baths were renovated. A new exterior veranda was constructed, along with a new rear patio and outdoor fireplace.  The objective was to completely update and renovate the house to suit a young family, to provide them with contemporary amenities and new technology for 21st century living, while still keeping the home’s historic integrity.’

Designers:
Matt Prescott

Ann Trinkle

  Barnhardt

A second floor Master Bedroom and Master Bath Addition, along with a complete interior renovation of the existing home.  The improvements included a new kitchen and laundry room, a renovated basement, and remodeled bathrooms.  A new front entry, rear deck, and an attached carport were also constructed.

Architect:
John Fulton, Fulton and Associates

  Branscom

Large two story Contemporary addition on existing log home in Botetourt Co., including new kitchen and master bedroom with vaulted ceiling.

Architect:
David Bandy of

Spectrum Design

  Merten

Two story addition on existing home with a smaller, two story addition on the other side of the home. New Kitchen, Great Room, Master Suite and many other improvements.

Architect:
John Fulton, Fulton and Associates