Powder roomParker Construction updated this nineteenth century Fox Point home to align with its new owner's tastes and to maximize the space's efficiency. 

The third floor was completely renovated into a social space; walls were torn down to create an open floor plan and a teak and holly bar was installed - complete with a functioning soda gun; a billiard room adjoins the lounge space, ensuring it is a perfect for entertaining. Similarly, downstairs the kitchen was completely reworked with entertaining in mind with the addition of a living room area with a built-in project screen. 

Additionally, the first floor powder room, master bath, and home office were each gutted and rebuilt at the hands of Parker Construction. The home also features custom furniture that serves to accent the redesign. 

KitchenWhile many aspects of this historic home were revamped, attention was given to maintaining historical details. To this end, Parker Construction replicated the existing kitchen countertop and located tile matching the existing to complete patch work. The end result: this nineteenth century Greek revival home has been made thoroughly modern without losing sight of its historical integrity. As the owner praised, “thanks again to you and your team for such a fantastic job. You have made [our home] better than it has ever been, since it was built in 1835!”