River Lane

This new construction project was to deliver on the city’s comprehensive plan for residential living spaces by creating an inventory and a living environment that supports the local population, attracts new families and enhances the overall quality and character of the city. The goal was to create a new home that maintained the single-family home character that was complementary to the surrounding neighborhood.

Located in a historic downtown neighborhood, the shotgun-style home with detached garage manages to blend in as well as stand apart on its street. The maintenance free exterior siding matches the look and feel of the historic homes in the neighborhood. And, the whole home was equipped for Smart Home technology.

The home features hardwood flooring throughout the main level, stairs and upstairs landing. On the first floor, the open floor plan showcases a living, dining and kitchen space. The kitchen has high-end Wolf and SubZero appliances, quartz counters, custom cabinetry & enviable walk-in pantry w/ barn door. Additionally, a den or office space was built that could be converted to another bedroom to make four. A full bath and powder room are found on this level too.

Upstairs, the master suite contains a separate sitting room, a huge walk-in closet & spa-inspired bath. Two additional bedrooms are on the second level as well with a Jack-and-Jill bath. For convenience, a large tiled laundry was built on the upper level. The end result is a quaint yet spacious family home with smart tech and historic charm, perfect for any family.

River lane street view with stairs and doorway
River lane kitchen with wooden island and marble counter top
Upstairs hallway with table and chair in front of stairs

How Much Will Your Whole House & Addition Remodel Cost?

Each project, like each home and individual, is unique. Therefore, providing an estimate involves a conversation to understand your space, your needs and what you’d like to accomplish with your renovations. However, to get an idea of the common types of additions and rough cost estimates associated with each, view our additions pricing guide to help you get started.




Living room with brick fireplace and furniture on white carpet
Bedroom with dark wood fan and grey sheets
Bathroom with patterned tile floor and wooden cabinets

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