Cahoba Drive

Cahoba Drive

Remodel | Restyle

Sometimes what is needed is not more square footage, but a more personal style. These homes have a new personality that suits their occupants much better than their previous incarnations, without substantially changing the original footprint. The before and after's can be amazing.



Before: This 1940's era fisherman's cottage had been renovated and added to by previous occupants, mostly with mixed success. Years of 'fishing instead of fixing' had left it shabby. After: This remodel changed everything except the footprint. a total of 20 square feet was added to the home, due to the need for a rebuilt foundation wall on the lake side.

Southwest Corner

Before: Enclosed porches do not take advantage of the lake views; After: The composite decking used at the house was salvaged from an event pavilion for the 2011 Super Bowl in Dallas.

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Mark creates designs as though each space is a personal statement for those who use them. His purpose is to give each client the peace of mind that a masterful design and attentive service can provide. Mark’s clients know that they can trust him to guide them to the most appropriate response for their current and future needs.

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