This is a very interesting story. What started as a kitchen/back entry gut – landed with a new home. When Craig went to see this house, never had he had so many conditions on the reno. It seemed the house and in particular the addition was not built well, and upon demo- we found there was no foundation- we are not talking about no footing we are talking about the walls were set on the dirt. The vines were holding the house together (along with the steel roof). Once it was determined the old addition needed to come off, we re evaluated the entire project. The end result- tear it down and build new. Now this bungalow is Graham and Christines pride and joy (after their 2 wonderful daughters), a home that is healthy (Christine no longer has migraines), is efficient, and stunning. The layout provides a wing for the girls with their own bathroom, an office for Graham to write his books and prepare for the courses he teaches at UWO, a wonderful great room, with sunroom (and dual sided fireplace), of course the beloved kitchen we started with, and then a master suite to retire too. The basement provides an additional bedroom and a fun games room for the family. This is a home for family and friends to gather in and enjoy the country view.