There are remodels, and then there are inspired reinventions, well executed. This two-story, beautifully remade home in Clarksville qualifies easily as the latter. Built in 1920, the two-story house has been transformed into a contemporary domicile that incorporates original features and thoughtfully chosen, of-the-moment features in a warm and welcoming way.
The 2,200-square-foot, two story house has three bedrooms and three bathrooms and features reclaimed long-leaf pine floors, 12-foot ceilings, large windows, and steel and brass accents that tie together the modern and rustic elements.
The updated design by award-winning Austin firm Avenue B Development, the house makes spot-on use of that lovely, rich shade of blue that’s highly popular at moment and incued custom touches including well-considered light fixtures throughout.
Luxury finishes including sprawling marble countertops and a Bertazzoni Range create perfect ambiance for entertaining in the kitchen. Unique light fixtures and vanities by Restoration Hardware add custom touches throughout.
The kitchen has a center island, granite/marble counters, a walk-in pantry, and a wine refrigerator.
Bedrooms and bathrooms embody the eclectic, classic-meets-modern tenor with hexagonal tiles, an open shower, and a clawfoot tub.
The home has a private, 100-square-foot patio off the main living area, as well as two parking spaces with alley access.
• 1612 West 11th Street [Stone & Acre]