This Spanish Home in the Franklin Hills was in need of a major renovation. Built in 1928, this Spanish Revival style home originally had a floor plan with two separate bedrooms, a separate kitchen and a separate dining area. The original configuration of the floor plan had potential, but wasted much of the usable space, making this cozy home feel a bit closterfobic.
Dream Design Construct teamed up with a local developer to bring this home to life again. Dream Design Construct redesigned the floor plan to open up the spaces and make the home feel larger than it actually is by effectively utilizing all of the available space. The two existing bedrooms have been enlarged so that they can be dual master bedrooms, each with their own bathrooms and spacious closets. The kitchen and dining area was relocated and combined to create an open floor plan that flows into the living room area. The kitchen and living room areas provide access to the beautiful uncovered deck. Much of the original interior layout was reconfigured with the demolition of existing walls, and Dream Design Construct structurally engineered a sound solution for the new proposed floor plan. Once Dream Design Construct obtained all the proper permits, the developer was ready to work on this beautiful home in the Franklin Hills.
This Spanish Revival home would make any lucky homeowner happy.