• 180 Gibson

    180 Gibson

    This house was a true labor of love.

The original structure sat vacant for years, and was desperate for some tender care and restoration by the time we came along.

One of the more striking folk Victorians in Reynoldstown, we wanted to preserve the quaint look and feel from the outside, yet update the inside with funky counters, clean cabinets, fresh tile patterns and sleek plumbing.

During the restoration process, we were sensitive about making these repairs without expanding the original footprint or veering far from its aesthetic. The exterior is historically accurate with precise window and door sizes and preserved details, such as the unique moulding and billowing porch corbels that are pretty rare in the South.

You can be quite deceived if looking at this unassuming house from the sidewalk. It’s not until you encounter the soaring 12’ ceilings, polished hardwoods and refurbished rooms that you realize the size and depth of this charming, pink abode

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