"If at first you don’t succeed try, try and try again."

Overhauling an old home is a daunting project, especially when you have the twin goals of maximize space and adding a more modern style to the interior and exterior spaces. There's always the pressure to stay era-appropriate, but also the temptation to completely transform every square inch of the structure (because hey, you're already remodeling anyway) and ending up with a McMansion-type melange of additions. But this interesting remodel by June Street Architecture (JSA) gracefully walks the line between old and new, with bold changes that pay homage to the original circa-1927 home but also giving it a unique character all its own.

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