This 70’s-era rancher in Ladner was stripped to studs before 2 extensions added 400sf.
This L-shaped, 70’s-era rancher was stripped to studs before two extensions added 400sf to the reconfigured, U-shaped rear. To accommodate a growing family, the den was extended and walls were removed for open concept living. Previously non-conforming, the front room was reclaimed as a single car garage built to code. The original dark-wooded interior, stonework and retro melamine cabinetry is updated with transitional looks.
Vaulted ceilings and skylights are added throughout creating plenty of natural light. The expanded mastersuite gains an upgraded, 4 piece ensuite and a new entrance to provide access to the covered patio, which is surrounded by multiple walkouts. Recessed, flat-panel millwork in a monochromatic mirage of playful Mediterranean blues complements the luxurious crystal hardware, bejeweled pendants and sparkling chandeliers throughout. Solid stone countertops, mosaic tile backsplash and crown moulding temper Hollywood glam with relaxed elegance and comfort. All electrical, mechanical and heating has been upgraded to the latest energy saving features of this beautiful West Coast home.