Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Above is the Edward A. Stevens Home constructed in 1902.
The current owners, Jeff Zumsteg and Jeff Linville, have just completed the last project within the walls of this gem... a Speakeasy and a Billiards Room in the basement.
To see the rest of the home check out my earlier post below.
Above and below the hallway at the foot of the stairs...this area was originally the Maid's quarters. Door to the speakeasy is top...note the official peephole in the door.
Kansas City in.
Thursday, December 6, 2018
This home, built in 1905, has been saved. Completely restored inside and out. Here are before and after pictures showing the progress. Note: this house sold in under a week for over the asking price. For more on the history of the home, see my earlier blog post:
The house is now on the market: https://www.redfin.com/MO/Kansas-City/3626-Norledge-Ave-64123/home/93089189
Above, 2008, roof mostly missing, covered in vines and needing paint. Below the house today.
Below, before and after in the dining room.
Before and after in the kitchen and pantry.
Front hall, stair case, and front parlor before and after.
Below, 2nd floor bedroom before and after.
Below, 2nd Floor Master Bedroom, before and after.
Below, rear bedroom before and after
2nd Floor bathroom, before and after.
Before and after, 2nd floor hallway.
Above, third bedroom on second floor before, below, after and the view from the "porch".
Below, staircase to first floor.. after.
Below, third floor after including closets.
Third floor bathroom, below, before. The third floor would make an excellent master bedroom too.
Third floor bathroom, after.
The Carriage House and back of house, below, before and after.