Built by a local doctor in 1941, it has been inherited by his grandson who has fond memories of spending his summers here with his grandparents. In need of significant repairs and upgrades, the new owner did not want to lose the “feel” of the original home. So, there were no major changes to the floor plan. In addition to the mandatory upgrades of new plumbing and electrical, the kitchen was rebuilt with local countertops made with recycled glass and modern appliances. The composition floor was replaced with new linoleum and the wood floors were refinished throughout. The Living Area received all new LED lighting and a professional sound system installed in the ceiling. The single glazed windows were replaced with insulated, wood windows that matched the originals. A tiny powder room was combined with an unused nook to create a new bathroom and allowed the washer and dryer to be brought into the house. The Owner’s bedroom received additional closet space, built-in shelves and a new bathroom with French doors that open onto a bridge leading to a hot tub on the hillside.