Atherton, CA

Project Summary: This is a remodel and partial deconstruction of an Atherton home.  The story is that this house was originally built, just after the turn of the century, in San Francisco and then moved down the Peninsula, via the Bay, in the mid-1920s.  The house has had an addition, and based on the materials that were used, it was likely done just after it was moved.  In its current configuration, the house has 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and measures approximately 3300 square feet. There are also several out-buildings that will be coming down completely, which include a garage and workshop.  
Location: Atherton, CA


Salvageable / Reuseable Building Materials:

~framing lumber from the roof of the main house, garage and workshop

~wood siding from the main house, garage and workshop

~original divided light windows - double hung, casement, and transom (the arched top windows will be retained for reuse onsite)

~window coverings

~select interior doors

~kitchen cabinetry and appliances

~plumbing fixtures

~furnace and water heater

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