Highland Park

634 Montcalm Place

1948 Rambler
Anita Terry and Kevin Harding
Excessive circulation spaces separated the kitchen from the rest of our home and the main entry foyer was less-than-welcoming. Once our architect proposed removing the hallways altogether, the kitchen became the family hub and culinary dream we had always wished for. By removing a stair wall, building a decorative stair railing, and relocating the entry closet, our entry became a happy place. The original kitchen was non-descript and disconnected from the beautiful view out to the river bluffs. We now have positive flow and view from the street side to the back of the house, with materials that are timeless and subtle, blending with the rest of the character of the home. The entire remodeled floor plan has transformed how we use and enjoy our home as a family.