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Storybook cottage in Travis Heights wants 1.25M

Remodeled 1930s home has open, contemporary interiors

Alsatian=style stone cottage with blue trim and roof, modern dormer added in middle of main roof
1604 Travis Heights Boulevard

As much as we love the preservation of original features in a historical house—and as much as we could do without the addition of a dormer on this one—this remodel in Travis Heights does the old-outside/contemporary-inside thing (there’s probably a more technical name for it) is restrained and stylish.

The remodel is a project by Spaller Glover, a design/firm that specializes in homes with an old-world European bent. Built in 1932, the home seems to have some Tudor-ish aspects, but for the most part has has been renovated in an Alsatian-inspired style, with a half-timbered exterior and the characteristic front roofline.

The renovation included an addition, making the current home 2,716 square feet. It has three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. In addition to an update of structural components, mechanical, plumbing, and electrical systems, the update created an an open living floor plan downstairs with a chef’s kitchen, Carrera countertops, and butler’s pantry.

1604 Travis Heights Boulevard [Redfin]