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Healdsburg, California

This home located in the Dry Creek Valley was originally constructed in 1865 according to photos in the Healdsburg Museum. Since that time, though the original structure was largely in tact, multiple additions, plan revisions and lack of maintenance obscured the original design.

My clients purchased the home with the desire to renovate and remodel the original home while restoring and respecting the original architecture.

Though the original redwood structure was preserved, all other aspects of the home were replaced including the foundation, roof, siding, windows, interior finishes, etc. as well as mechanical and electrical systems. A sunroom addition was added on the south side, covered porches were added on the east and west and a garage was added on the north side. All of the additions were added in the style and character of the original design, carefully matching the architectural details that remained.
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