This house is a large summer bungalow built in 1879. My clients for this project are very handy carpenters and finishers and had completed some very significant renovation work on the house. They asked if I could help re-do their kitchen which was a bump out on the back of the house with a very low ceiling and a crumbling foundation. After many attempts to come up with a workable solution we could not. Given that the dining room was on the opposite side of the house it seemed a tear down was in order. The new addition provided a new kitchen immediately adjacent to the dining room with a pass through. The first floor also has a mud room, laundry, and bathroom all with hydronic radiant heat in the slab. The second floor has another bathroom and a workout room.