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This classic 1970s colonial is in a great neighborhood on 2 beautiful acres, but its layout was not suited for modern family life.
A local family bought it because they loved the yard, the area and the schools, but they knew it would need an update to work well for them.
"After designing the bottom cubbies with drawers for many clients, my contractor Eric Franzoni told me that after my part of the job was done, most people were taking the drawers out to leave them open for kicking off or grabbing their shoes," she says.
Thirteen million American men and women had just returned from wartime military service.It has room for dining and homework on one side, and room for food prep, a sink and a dishwasher on the other. When guests are staying here, the family can close it off from the kitchen and use the upstairs bathrooms to give their guests full reign here.BEFORE: The master bath had been added in a previous renovation.AFTER: In the newly renovated kitchen, the double doors on the left open to a vestibule, which opens to a reconfigured full guest bath.