Saturday, July 7, 2012

BONUS: Teardown 7 of 5 is done, big change in personality

By the time I noticed it already seemed to belong.

Here is house 1 of 5, house 2 of 5, house 3 of 5, house 4 of 5, and house 5 of 5, house 6 of 5.


According to tax records it's a 1951'er, 1568 square feet on 0.1997 acre. Do you think the Chinese Chippendale balustrade or walls of windows were orginal?

2011-09-26-1275-Morningside-Teardown-Poptip-Before-1
Morningside is our signature street. It has 3 different sections with 3 different personalities. As you head east the houses are a bit more modest and more ripe for tearing down.

2011-09-26-1275-Morningside-Teardown-Poptip-Before-3
The 1991 teardown on the right has about 3000 square feet on 1/5 acre with a garage built into the hill. Our teardown was cute but was looking a little puny.


P1000574-2011-09-26-1275-Morningside-Teardown-Poptip-WIP
Built by JackBilt Development Company LLC. I like the brick

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P1040099-2012-01-16-1275 Morningside-Teardown-WIP-Near-Complete
Quite handsome I think and not like any of the others in this series.

P1040098-2012-01-16-1275 Morningside-Teardown-WIP-Near-Complete-in-context
My picture doesn't show it well, but the house looks as if it has always been there.

Here is house 1 of 5, house 2 of 5, house 3 of 5, house 4 of 5, and house 5 of 5, house 6 of 5.

2 comments:

  1. Really like this one, looks a bit like a druid hills house.
    Helen

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