Who can remodel a Frederick City Row House?

A downtown two-story kitchen addition project

Imagine a charming row house nestled on a brick street in historic downtown Frederick. The classic façade hides a delightful surprise: a modern kitchen addition seamlessly blended into the back of the house.

Since row houses are typically narrow, the addition might extend upwards, creating a two-story space. Built-in cabinets and shelves along one wall provide ample storage without sacrificing floor space.

While the addition boasts modern features, subtle nods to the home’s history tie everything together. Exposed brick from the original exterior wall adds warmth and texture.  Hardware on cabinets could mimic the style of the doorknobs or hinges in the older part of the house.

The kitchen itself is a chef’s dream. A large peninsula serves as both a prep space and a casual dining area. High-end appliances gleam against sleek countertops.  Pendant lights hang over the island, casting a warm glow.  This inviting space is sure to be the center of activity, perfect for cooking family meals or entertaining friends.

This kitchen addition is more than just an extension; it’s a thoughtful blend of modern convenience and historic charm, perfectly suited for the vibrant lifestyle of downtown Frederick.