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The Queen Anne
Built in 1902 ~ Renovated in late 2019/early 2020

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Where to begin with this renovation??  If I could pick one house that I've always wanted to get my hands on, it would be definitely be this one.  After the last owners moved out maybe 12+ years ago, the house sat vacant and neglected, literally falling apart. The front porch had slowly but surely started to fall in and the back middle portion of the house had an enormous hole in the roof which allowed everything below to come to ruins.  However, you couldn't actually see any of that damage because of the overgrown yard. This neglect caused it to become an eyesore for the neighborhood and after many attempts to get the owner to sell the house to me, she decided to sell to a young couple who had hoped to renovate the house to live in.  Proving to be a bit more of a challenge than they expected, a year later they were ready to sell and I was first in line despite everyone thinking I was crazy.  They should already know I am.

It has taken us almost nine months to complete this renovation - the longest of any project to date - and now it is bittersweet saying goodbye to a house my team and I have put our hearts and souls into so that the next new owners can call it home.  We restored as many original details as possible and with the new spaces worked hard to honor the time period in which this beauty was built.  There's so much to share that it's hard to fit on one page but I hope the timeline, before and afters, and blog posts (to come later) will help to take you along on this renovation journey of...The Queen Anne.

Original Features 

The original charm and features of this house will make you swoon.  From the refurbished door hardware with intricate details to the salvaged and repurposed beadboard to the beautiful craftsmanship found in the doors, trim, and stairwell....this house was chocked full of history, and beauty.  


We did our absolute best to reincorporate all of these finds into the final product and carefully chose fixtures and design details that would compliment them as well. All of our sources can be found by clicking below.   

Photos provided by the talented Marian Ashley Photography