Adding onto, or updating a postwar 20th century home?
Here’s an upgrade that was worth the investment.
20th century postwar homes often have trouble competing with their newer counterparts in the marketplace, because of the relative lack of interest often found in their front elevations. Most often, additions are placed on the rear to enlarge the Kitchen, and add Hearth or Family spaces with the open space often missing in these homes. However, such as addition does not provide increased curb appeal. Consider a small addition to the front of your home instead that may do double duty, creating the new functionality you desire while boosting value through visual interest!