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2022 Regional CotY Award Winner, Residential Kitchen $60,001 to $100,000

These Gen-X homeowners purchased their first home not realizing how much it would become like the 1986 film, “The Money Pit.” The illegal rental unit on the lower level was the critical driver towards remodeling to provide consistent income to contribute towards affordable home ownership and rentability at the highest market value. While the original eat-in kitchen was larger, it was cumbersome for traffic flow to and from the bedrooms and bathroom. It also took up valuable square footage that could be used by the bedrooms and public areas that were in dire need of code complying daylight and egress. The new compact kitchen includes impact resistant textured laminate cabinets, floating shelves, Corian counters and stainless appliances. Tiny kitchens can be functionally efficient!

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