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Post framing walkthrough ~ Target House

Here’s how my 900+ s.f. addition came out over at The Target House. The floorplan is flowing nicely even with the change in elevation to the master suite. That hallway is actually 46″ wide even though I mistakenly tell you 42″ in the video so its not cramped at all. As you can see I basically had to rebuild the entire floor in that back room this week because it was originally a screened-in porch so it sloped down for drainage. It’s all straight now and lines up perfectly with the new addition. As far as sales go, we are getting great showings at The Neighbors House, Spring is here, the weather is beautiful, flowers are planted and there is a strong smell of home buyer in the air: ).

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  2. By Daniel Gaitan on Mar 28, 2010 | Reply

    Hi Tom,

    Long time reader, first time local commenter. I like how your floor plan flows and I can’t wait to see the double sided fireplace, 7 foot tub and glass shower.

    I’m going to be starting a new rehab in the next month and need help finding some new contractors. Looking for somebody to help me out with some framing, roofing and sheetrock/tape/float. As you know, finding good contractors is like pulling teeth. Any referrals or recommendations are greatly appreciated.

    Keep up the great work,

    Daniel Gaitan

  3. By dave evans on Mar 29, 2010 | Reply

    looking great, tom. that bathroom is going to be a stunner. looking forward to seeing it with some skin on the bones.

  4. By Kim on Mar 29, 2010 | Reply

    Love your attention to detail! Impressed that you would move the cathedral ceiling to center up with the fireplace. Lots of contractors wouldn’t think about details like that.

  5. By Tom on Apr 3, 2010 | Reply

    Kim, Thanks for the compliments…but I must give credit where credit is due. That brainstorm was from the girls at DeWitt Architects here in San Antonio!

  6. By Craig Fuhr on Apr 16, 2010 | Reply

    Looks great, Tom. 900 s.f. is no small add-on. That is going to REALLY change the game in terms of your final offering.

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