4516 Grand Ave. S.
I loved my 1924 bungalow, but the dated kitchen was small with only three feet of standard depth cabinets. A small (6’x15’) addition doubled the kitchen size but kept the kitchen between the beautiful dining room and the summer porch. Large windows give views to the front, side, and back yards. The roofline, brackets, and stucco of the addition seamlessly match the original exterior detailing. The detailing of rift cut red oak cabinetry, soapstone counters, subway tile backsplash, and classic pendant lights enhance the period bungalow style. At 12:15 p.m. on Sunday, April 30, come before the tour starts to hear a presentation by Rosemary McMonigal on bungalow remodeling, with plenty of time for Q-A.