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5025 Larchwood Ave

This beautifully renovated twin on one of the neighborhood’s most popular blocks checks off everything on the must-have list. Curb appeal, original details including refinished hardwood floors throughout, providing character and a cool, almost rustic vibe, on-trend kitchen and baths—this house has enough to draw in even the pickiest buyer. 298 more words

Hardwood Floors

Dubtoberfest 2016...

The ultimate fun weekend… a VW show and a German beer festival combined. Held again at Throckmorton Airfield, Worcestershire with 2000+ dubbers in attendance. Get it in your 2017 diary as it is THE show to go to. 13 more words

Day To Day

5031 Locust St

You get just the right blend of old and new in this right-sized University City twin. The original oak floors with inlaid border, which are in amazing condition and run throughout the house, along with leaded glass windows, pretty turned staircase and bay windows showcase the classic features of the home. 280 more words

Hardwood Floors

What I'm Loving Wednesday: Kitchen Seating Areas

Now that our kitchen nook is finished (wallpaper, new white trim, new light fixture), it’s time to start on phase two. From the day we first saw the house, I wanted to create a bench in the bay window, and create a cat seat for Buddy & Charlotte. 370 more words

What I'm Loving Wednesday

How is it July already???

Can you guys believe it’s already July 5th? I had a little mini breakdown yesterday, when Graham asked me what was wrong for the zillionth time, and I verbalized that July 4th was the last holiday we’d have together before he goes to Honduras. 985 more words


4731 Hazel Ave

This classic Victorian twin in a fantastic location somehow manages to be bright and breezy while still retaining much of its historic charm. Built c. 1900, the house features classic details like oak floors with decorative inlay, plaster crown molding, carved wood mantelpieces and handsome five-panel wood doors. 314 more words

Hardwood Floors

a bay window

A bay window topped with a full-width gable, leaving small triangular soffits at the eaves.  I noticed this feature on my way to a site meeting in South Los Angeles, and since then have seen it recurring throughout my library – Richardson, Bruce Price, Peabody & Stearns, et al.   30 more words