512 Archer is a 1920s-Inspired Craftsman Bungalow, carefully restored & expanded to introduce modern conveniences while maintaining a sense of history. The original home built in 1926 was a 1500 sf bungalow located just outside the historic Houston heights neighborhood. The scope of the renovation involved completely gutting the house that was left in poor repair, all new interior and exterior finishes, antique doors and fixtures from the 1920s, adding a 2nd floor, porte-cochere, large covered screened back porch, and a covered carport. Hand-crafted cherry cabinets, oak & walnut trim, honed granite counters, period doors and fixtures create a warm living environment. With over 400 s.f. of covered/screened porches, including an outdoor kitchenette, nature is very much a part of the living experience. Every detail has been meticulously expedited, with an artistic eye. One of the larger, more completely remodeled homes in a redeveloping neighborhood, it does not outscale its modest neighbors but improves the neighborhood with quality, thoughtful construction.
Front View of home. Cedar shake siding, pier and beam foundation, big front porch.
Front View of home. Mature trees were preserved on the street. Big front porch engages the street.
Kitchen with custom cabinetry inspired by craftsman details.
Upstairs Master with access to private screened porch.
Bathroom with period fixtures and custom millwork.
Now this is appreciable
Indeed it is a economical and traditional design of this project..i love it.
Small house. I liked it.
Great home design. I am inspired.
Economic and creative design.
Nice looking bungalow with greenery! I like it
Different type of bungalow, I like it.