This home can be found in the Irving Park Neighborhood, which is a community area located on the Northwest Side. The Chicago River, the Milwaukee railroad tracks, Addison Street, and Montrose Avenue surround it. Irving Park feeds into four high schools including: Schurz High School, Roosevelt High School, Pathways In Education Avondale High School, and Disney II Elementary School. There is never a shortage of activities to engage in this area of Chicago. Some of the more popular attractions frequented by the residents include: Thirteen Pins Tapas & Bar, Independence Park, Leader Bar Drafthouse& Eatery, Al Dente, La Villa District, and many more.
The Subject Property
These homeowners were ready to make some big changes in their home. They were ready to completely change the look and feel of their home by remodeling their kitchen and master bathroom. The problem facing these residents is that their kitchen and bathroom were fostering a sense of claustrophobia due to all the clutter and proximity of everything. The residents were interested in creating a new kitchen that would have increased storage and counter space while also giving the kitchen a new, sleek appearance. The same is true for the bathroom. The bathroom was also very cluttered due to the close proximity of the large vanity and oversized built-in tub Regency began this job by removing all flooring, walls, cabinetry, fixtures, and appliances. Also, new electrical wiring was installed in the bathroom and kitchen for the installation of several new recessed cans, which would serve to make the room much brighter.
The kitchen and bathroom look spectacular. In the bathroom, the most noticeable change is the enhanced spatial layout. The preexisting bathroom space had placed the shower and vanity so close that access to the shower was partially inhibited. The bathroom is also much more modern and sleek in appearance. It is also very luxurious with the addition of premium fixtures such as the two, chrome Hansgrohe showerheads and one Hansgrohe hand shower. The shower space is much larger than it previously was and is not completely enclosed by the vanity and an unnecessary wall. The kitchen also looks exponentially better in terms of style and functionality of the space. The preexisting, boring cabinetry was replaced with a clean, white maple finish. This bright cabinetry was beautifully contrasted by the Contra black granite countertops, which is also used on the new, large island. The new kitchen and bathroom are beautiful as well as practical. Regency diligently and artfully exceeded all of the customers’ desires and the work completed by Regency is sure to keep the homeowners comfortable and in style for a long time.