Dutch Colonial Addition
Converted from the attic of a barn, this Dutch Colonial once even functioned as a tavern. The current owners liked the relationship of the kitchen, family room and playroom, but as the children reached middle school age it was all too apparent that the adjacent play room and family room were no longer appropriate for mutual co-existence. By combining the two existing rooms (each about 9'x10') and adding across the rear of both rooms, it was possible to create a substantial family room that serves as the hub of all family activity and easily accommodates adult or youth entertaining. By extending the roof in a manner appropriate to the historical character of the house, enough space was created on the second floor that one bedroom could be enlarged to create a master suite large enough to serve as a study and a quiet retreat from youthful get-togethers elsewhere in the house. All family living is oriented away from a busy street and to the south to capture optimum light..
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