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INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE
INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE
INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE
INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE
INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE
INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE
INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE
INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE
INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE
INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE
INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE
INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE
INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE
INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE
INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE
INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE
INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE

INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE

This home lies within the Village of Mariemont, one of the first planned communities in the United States. The home was originally built in 1947. The challenge with this project was to maintain the charming character and scale of the home while seamlessly expanding the living space to meet the modern lifestyle of its current residents. Clapboard siding was chosen as the cladding material for the new components to provide contrast to the masonry construction and reduce overall costs. The massing, form, and details of the new design were derived from the character of the existing architecture. The main components of the first floor addition included an eat-in kitchen, mudroom, and garage. The expansion of the second floor encompassed a new master bedroom suite creating a retreat for its residents. 

INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE

This home lies within the Village of Mariemont, one of the first planned communities in the United States. The home was originally built in 1947. The challenge with this project was to maintain the charming character and scale of the home while seamlessly expanding the living space to meet the modern lifestyle of its current residents. Clapboard siding was chosen as the cladding material for the new components to provide contrast to the masonry construction and reduce overall costs. The massing, form, and details of the new design were derived from the character of the existing architecture. The main components of the first floor addition included an eat-in kitchen, mudroom, and garage. The expansion of the second floor encompassed a new master bedroom suite creating a retreat for its residents.

INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE

This home lies within the Village of Mariemont, one of the first planned communities in the United States. The home was originally built in 1947. The challenge with this project was to maintain the charming character and scale of the home while seamlessly expanding the living space to meet the modern lifestyle of its current residents. Clapboard siding was chosen as the cladding material for the new components to provide contrast to the masonry construction and reduce overall costs. The massing, form, and details of the new design were derived from the character of the existing architecture. The main components of the first floor addition included an eat-in kitchen, mudroom, and garage. The expansion of the second floor encompassed a new master bedroom suite creating a retreat for its residents.

INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE

This home lies within the Village of Mariemont, one of the first planned communities in the United States. The home was originally built in 1947. The challenge with this project was to maintain the charming character and scale of the home while seamlessly expanding the living space to meet the modern lifestyle of its current residents. Clapboard siding was chosen as the cladding material for the new components to provide contrast to the masonry construction and reduce overall costs. The massing, form, and details of the new design were derived from the character of the existing architecture. The main components of the first floor addition included an eat-in kitchen, mudroom, and garage. The expansion of the second floor encompassed a new master bedroom suite creating a retreat for its residents.

INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE

This home lies within the Village of Mariemont, one of the first planned communities in the United States. The home was originally built in 1947. The challenge with this project was to maintain the charming character and scale of the home while seamlessly expanding the living space to meet the modern lifestyle of its current residents. Clapboard siding was chosen as the cladding material for the new components to provide contrast to the masonry construction and reduce overall costs. The massing, form, and details of the new design were derived from the character of the existing architecture. The main components of the first floor addition included an eat-in kitchen, mudroom, and garage. The expansion of the second floor encompassed a new master bedroom suite creating a retreat for its residents.

INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE

This home lies within the Village of Mariemont, one of the first planned communities in the United States. The home was originally built in 1947. The challenge with this project was to maintain the charming character and scale of the home while seamlessly expanding the living space to meet the modern lifestyle of its current residents. Clapboard siding was chosen as the cladding material for the new components to provide contrast to the masonry construction and reduce overall costs. The massing, form, and details of the new design were derived from the character of the existing architecture. The main components of the first floor addition included an eat-in kitchen, mudroom, and garage. The expansion of the second floor encompassed a new master bedroom suite creating a retreat for its residents.

INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE

This home lies within the Village of Mariemont, one of the first planned communities in the United States. The home was originally built in 1947. The challenge with this project was to maintain the charming character and scale of the home while seamlessly expanding the living space to meet the modern lifestyle of its current residents. Clapboard siding was chosen as the cladding material for the new components to provide contrast to the masonry construction and reduce overall costs. The massing, form, and details of the new design were derived from the character of the existing architecture. The main components of the first floor addition included an eat-in kitchen, mudroom, and garage. The expansion of the second floor encompassed a new master bedroom suite creating a retreat for its residents.

INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE

This home lies within the Village of Mariemont, one of the first planned communities in the United States. The home was originally built in 1947. The challenge with this project was to maintain the charming character and scale of the home while seamlessly expanding the living space to meet the modern lifestyle of its current residents. Clapboard siding was chosen as the cladding material for the new components to provide contrast to the masonry construction and reduce overall costs. The massing, form, and details of the new design were derived from the character of the existing architecture. The main components of the first floor addition included an eat-in kitchen, mudroom, and garage. The expansion of the second floor encompassed a new master bedroom suite creating a retreat for its residents.

INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE

This home lies within the Village of Mariemont, one of the first planned communities in the United States. The home was originally built in 1947. The challenge with this project was to maintain the charming character and scale of the home while seamlessly expanding the living space to meet the modern lifestyle of its current residents. Clapboard siding was chosen as the cladding material for the new components to provide contrast to the masonry construction and reduce overall costs. The massing, form, and details of the new design were derived from the character of the existing architecture. The main components of the first floor addition included an eat-in kitchen, mudroom, and garage. The expansion of the second floor encompassed a new master bedroom suite creating a retreat for its residents.

INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE

This home lies within the Village of Mariemont, one of the first planned communities in the United States. The home was originally built in 1947. The challenge with this project was to maintain the charming character and scale of the home while seamlessly expanding the living space to meet the modern lifestyle of its current residents. Clapboard siding was chosen as the cladding material for the new components to provide contrast to the masonry construction and reduce overall costs. The massing, form, and details of the new design were derived from the character of the existing architecture. The main components of the first floor addition included an eat-in kitchen, mudroom, and garage. The expansion of the second floor encompassed a new master bedroom suite creating a retreat for its residents.

INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE

This home lies within the Village of Mariemont, one of the first planned communities in the United States. The home was originally built in 1947. The challenge with this project was to maintain the charming character and scale of the home while seamlessly expanding the living space to meet the modern lifestyle of its current residents. Clapboard siding was chosen as the cladding material for the new components to provide contrast to the masonry construction and reduce overall costs. The massing, form, and details of the new design were derived from the character of the existing architecture. The main components of the first floor addition included an eat-in kitchen, mudroom, and garage. The expansion of the second floor encompassed a new master bedroom suite creating a retreat for its residents.

INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE

This home lies within the Village of Mariemont, one of the first planned communities in the United States. The home was originally built in 1947. The challenge with this project was to maintain the charming character and scale of the home while seamlessly expanding the living space to meet the modern lifestyle of its current residents. Clapboard siding was chosen as the cladding material for the new components to provide contrast to the masonry construction and reduce overall costs. The massing, form, and details of the new design were derived from the character of the existing architecture. The main components of the first floor addition included an eat-in kitchen, mudroom, and garage. The expansion of the second floor encompassed a new master bedroom suite creating a retreat for its residents.

INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE

This home lies within the Village of Mariemont, one of the first planned communities in the United States. The home was originally built in 1947. The challenge with this project was to maintain the charming character and scale of the home while seamlessly expanding the living space to meet the modern lifestyle of its current residents. Clapboard siding was chosen as the cladding material for the new components to provide contrast to the masonry construction and reduce overall costs. The massing, form, and details of the new design were derived from the character of the existing architecture. The main components of the first floor addition included an eat-in kitchen, mudroom, and garage. The expansion of the second floor encompassed a new master bedroom suite creating a retreat for its residents.

INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE

This home lies within the Village of Mariemont, one of the first planned communities in the United States. The home was originally built in 1947. The challenge with this project was to maintain the charming character and scale of the home while seamlessly expanding the living space to meet the modern lifestyle of its current residents. Clapboard siding was chosen as the cladding material for the new components to provide contrast to the masonry construction and reduce overall costs. The massing, form, and details of the new design were derived from the character of the existing architecture. The main components of the first floor addition included an eat-in kitchen, mudroom, and garage. The expansion of the second floor encompassed a new master bedroom suite creating a retreat for its residents.

INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE

This home lies within the Village of Mariemont, one of the first planned communities in the United States. The home was originally built in 1947. The challenge with this project was to maintain the charming character and scale of the home while seamlessly expanding the living space to meet the modern lifestyle of its current residents. Clapboard siding was chosen as the cladding material for the new components to provide contrast to the masonry construction and reduce overall costs. The massing, form, and details of the new design were derived from the character of the existing architecture. The main components of the first floor addition included an eat-in kitchen, mudroom, and garage. The expansion of the second floor encompassed a new master bedroom suite creating a retreat for its residents.

INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE

This home lies within the Village of Mariemont, one of the first planned communities in the United States. The home was originally built in 1947. The challenge with this project was to maintain the charming character and scale of the home while seamlessly expanding the living space to meet the modern lifestyle of its current residents. Clapboard siding was chosen as the cladding material for the new components to provide contrast to the masonry construction and reduce overall costs. The massing, form, and details of the new design were derived from the character of the existing architecture. The main components of the first floor addition included an eat-in kitchen, mudroom, and garage. The expansion of the second floor encompassed a new master bedroom suite creating a retreat for its residents.

INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE

This home lies within the Village of Mariemont, one of the first planned communities in the United States. The home was originally built in 1947. The challenge with this project was to maintain the charming character and scale of the home while seamlessly expanding the living space to meet the modern lifestyle of its current residents. Clapboard siding was chosen as the cladding material for the new components to provide contrast to the masonry construction and reduce overall costs. The massing, form, and details of the new design were derived from the character of the existing architecture. The main components of the first floor addition included an eat-in kitchen, mudroom, and garage. The expansion of the second floor encompassed a new master bedroom suite creating a retreat for its residents.

INDIAN VIEW RESIDENCE

This home lies within the Village of Mariemont, one of the first planned communities in the United States. The home was originally built in 1947. The challenge with this project was to maintain the charming character and scale of the home while seamlessly expanding the living space to meet the modern lifestyle of its current residents. Clapboard siding was chosen as the cladding material for the new components to provide contrast to the masonry construction and reduce overall costs. The massing, form, and details of the new design were derived from the character of the existing architecture. The main components of the first floor addition included an eat-in kitchen, mudroom, and garage. The expansion of the second floor encompassed a new master bedroom suite creating a retreat for its residents.
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