ith its notable exposed wood framework, this 1915 Arts and Crafts style home in the historic Hawthorne District has withstood the test of time. With a need to preserve its original design elements, the homeowners hired Radiant Homes, Chris Hawley Architects and Shelly Neal of McNeal & Friends to remodel and complete a seamless addition in their Tudor inspired masterpiece.
By Tracy Nicholson Photos by Scott Amundson HIstoric photos provided by NDSU Institute for Regional Studies
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General contractor Radiant Homes and Chris Hawley Architects completed an expansive addition, changing the home's exterior to included a pergola and attached a two-stall garage with an office and full bathroom above. Working with the original stucco and brick of the existing home and matching it to the new addition proved challenging but not impossible. To match the older stucco, Radiant Homes chose a rot-free Hardie stucco panel and achieved matching brick and grout through Hebron Brick. The results are a completely seamless transition throughout.
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