A remodeled kitchen in Batavia became the heart of this family home. Solid Amish-made painted cabinetry with a glaze finish was chosen for its beauty and durability. Some of the custom details include the dishwasher panel as well as the panels surrounding the refigerator and other cabinets, in addition to glass front upper cabinets. A former desk area was replaced with a more functional floor to ceiling cabinet with electrical outlets and phone jack for kitchen necessities. All interior doors in the house were also replaced.
A historic four square Batavia house was brought back to its original exterior charm and beauty, complete with modern interior amenities. The salvaged front porch railing was an amazing find. A master suite was created with the addition of a master bathroom and a private stairway to a transformed 3rd floor closet and dressing area.
While technically a remodel, there only remains a glimpse of the former house structure in this Batavia home. The homeowners took great pride in meticulously choosing the details that make this home striking. Custom Amish cabinetry and built-ins were used throughout. In the kitchen, reed glass front were chosen for upper cabinets and an integrated drainboard was fabricated into the granite countertop. The numerous windows keep the home washed in natural sunlight.