This was a typical 1950’s story and a half with little elbow room for a young family. The house and neighborhood were charming but something had to be done. This meant reconfiguring (more than doubling) the living space by adding two bedrooms, two bathrooms, adding a second floor, two walk-in closets, and sitting room upstairs. Expanded the kitchen and opened up the floor plan. The result was a modern home with all the charm a growing family needs.
Family moves into Prairie Village ranch with a large yard, but the home’s interior lacked the sense of openness and interconnectedness that they were longing for. They wanted to have a space that felt right for this next stage of life.