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Remodels are, from a more theoretical perspective, the chance to start anew. Clean, spotless walls, unscarred wood floors, and lustrous marble countertops are emblematic of a spatial rebirth of sorts. And, while quality materials and a well-executed aesthetic can certainly set the stage for a long, fruitful partnership between house and inhabitant, you need a little life to get things going. 

an immaculate remodel only really becomes a “home” on move-in day.

It’s the lazy, couch-confined days, the summer BBQs and the muddy boot prints that really animate a house and a space as expertly updated as this one only serves to accentuates those rhythms of life. This 15th & 15th number is exactly the kind of fresh canvas that promises unfettered opportunity for living, and, for that reason and more, it’s already been placed under contract. But, be sure to stay up to date on the site, we’ll have spots akin to this one coming soon.

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