This excellent reconstruction of a house dating back to 1960 was originally a clear representation of mid-century residential architecture, but it unfortunately fell into neglect and was virtually abandoned.

It is located in Raleigh, a city belonging to the state of North Carolina, in the United States. It covers an area of 3,485 square feet, and was designed by the architect Matthew Griffith, who belongs to the team at the architectural firm in situ studio. The project was completed in 2016.

The basement had been remodeled as needed in order to accommodate additional bedrooms, while the main floor and public spaces had been reconfigured in a strange way, with a dismal space layout. The sunroom had also been very poorly built. In short, it was necessary to carry out a complete remodeling, remove everything, and return to the original layout of the house.

The main changes that were designed for the house include a new garage on the right side to replace the canopy and extend the roof line.

Inside, a new wooden kitchen has been designed, going along perfectly with the walls of exposed brick.

There are also new stairs that connect the main rooms above to a new living room in the basement.

Exterior view of the wonderful reconstruction
Exterior view of the wonderful reconstruction
Interior with stairs connecting levels
Interior with stairs connecting levels
Interior with stairs connecting levels
Chimney area with exposed brick walls
Living room with brightly colored furniture and exposed brick wall
Wooden kitchen
Wooden kitchen
Wooden kitchen
Room with terrace

Exterior night view of the house
Exterior night view of the house
Exterior night view of the house
Exterior night view of the house

The complete revamping of this house has resulted in a beautiful, comfortable, and cozy home.