the house on Parkwood flip

We wanted to share one of our very favorite home renovations. Built in 1910, this home needed to be brought back to life. With three bathrooms, and three bedrooms - we were able to flip this beautiful home in six months.

Our clients, Kyle and Courtney Moran were so incredibly helpful with this renovation - with Courtney on the front lines of the design. One thing is for sure, she knew exactly what she wanted in a dream home, and we're happy to say we were able to give it to her. When we bought his home, it had three layers of different hardwood floors. Seriously, three. The foundation of this home and it's crawl space weren't up to code, so we ended up ripping it all out and rebuilding from there. Luckily, we were able to save some of that excessive hardwood upstairs - we sanded, stained and gave it a walnut finish.


It's no secret that we love a good kitchen renovation. In this home we added marble counter tops to the perimeter and the island is a lovely butcher block. 


Like we mentioned earlier, Courtney had a huge hand in the design of her new home. She definitely pushed our team to try out some new things as well. This was the first time our team created a reclaimed wood beam through the middle of the house, as well as a reclaimed wood accent wall All of this material came out of a old industrial building in Roanoke, VA.

Like with most of the Cobblestone homes, we always try to add some flair with our light fixtures. This one can be found at Shades of Light.

We just had to get rid of the ridiculous bright blue, and went for a much more conservative look, in a modern grey. One of our favorite southern touches is the porch ceiling, in a light blue.

In the end, renovating this home was such a great experience. Most notably, none of this would be possible without our incredible clients Kyle and Courtney, who were extremely gracious and thoughtful. Their attitude was contagious and we feel so fortunate to have helped them make this dream a reality.