Building on the Past

Integrata Architecture + Construction updates and enlarges a beloved family home while keeping it heart and soul intact. For although the site has the earmarks of new construction, if you look beyond its freshly painted walls, pristine appliances and yet-to-be-planted lawn, a family history unfolds that is more important to the place’s underpinnings than any concrete foundation could ever be.

By Janice Randall Rohlf and Photos by Kyle J. Caldwell

Built in 1889, the original front portion of “Rose Cottage” was preserved, including its shingled facade with pop-out dormers.
The Vintage Living room fireplace and mantel were also salvaged.
The second-floor master bedroom and en suite bath.
En suite bathroom.
The main kitchen, Dura – Supreme cabinetry was chosen and finished in a soft gray green custom color.
Main Kitchen with open floor plan for entertaining.
A private living space, replete with master suite and in open-concept kitchen and living area.
For more information visit – Integrata Architecture + Construction and Cathy Kert Interiors

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