The front entrance
Mike Nagel of MAW Chicago shows the plans for the remodeled home.
After the Grecian columns are removed, steel will be added to support the structure.
The first floor, looking into an addition that will be removed.
A unique subfloor was discovered when the flooring was removed.
This addition, which is oddly angled, will be removed.
Another view of the addition that will be removed.
The new homeowners are avid gardeners and look forward to making changes to the yard.
The view of the back of the house (this is the oddly angled addition that will be removed) from a deck built above the garage.
The deck built above the garage.
An exterior view of the oddly angled addition on the back of the house that will be removed.
The previous homeowners took time to finish the basement area but didn't resolve issues with rotten joists or insulate a crawlspace.
The basement will be lowered by 6 inches and concrete will be poured to resolve issues with a crawlspace.
The second floor will include three bedrooms and two baths for the new homeowners' children.
A second-floor fireplace.
The master bath on the second floor included a giant whirlpool tub on a dangerous step.
The second-floor master bathroom's shower will be completely revamped and used as a bathroom for the homeowners' children.
Follow along during a whole-house remodel in a historic Chicago neighborhood.