The owners of this new infill house had intended to renovate the original home on this lot. Serious foundation issues made that impossible, so they received permission to demolish it and are building a new house in its place. It looks very much like the old one, but with many modern amenities, including heated polished concrete floors. The windows on the south and west sides of the house are the same size as in the original and the owners also recreated the 10’ ceiling height. They added 6’ to the north of the house, resulting in generously-sized rooms. The open concept kitchen, dining and living room area will have a fabulous bar/entertainment center created with old flooring joists and other wood reclaimed from the original house. Other thoughtful details include a built-in vanity in the master bedroom and a modified butler’s pantry. This thoughtfully-designed home will fit right into the historic neighborhood, but live like a new house.