This residence was a conversion from a nondescript San Francisco row house to an exquisite Green and Green, craftsman-style jewel.
It began when the owners bought some craftsman-style furniture. When they began thinking about remodeling their home, they decided that what they really wanted was a house that matched their furniture.
The owners heard about W.A. Rose from a friend who had worked with us on a small remodel and had been impressed with the quality of work and high level of professionalism throughout the project. They found a custom millworker in Southern California who also knew an architect and a cabinetmaker who were specialists in craftsman-style work. While they had reservations about working long-distance, Skype bridged the miles and, happily, the distance proved not to be a problem.
The remodel took 11 months to complete. The project foreman, Ted Reite, frequently solicited feedback from the owner over the
course of the project, and they developed a close relationship. Everyone involved in this remodel was committed to making it the exquisite home that it became.