Built in 1974, this waterfront home in Ninevah, Ind., is a welcome weekend getaway destination for a busy Fishers family.
The 1,700-square-foot, two-story home didn’t offer the homeowners and their grown children a lot of livable space, indoors or out. Odd-sloped ceilings in the living and dining area cut into valuable floor space. The previous addition to the second floor wasn’t taking full advantage of the lake views.
- The small windows in the second-floor living area were replaced with a wide, four-panel sliding glass door, which offers unobstructed views of the water.
- By adjusting the roofline on the second floor, the sloped ceiling in the living area was removed, providing an openness that the space was initially lacking.
- Luxury vinyl flooring was chosen for the living area, thanks to its durability and water-resistant properties.
- The second-floor deck was added and extends past the screened porch to provide ample room for relaxing with friends and family.
- Tongue-and-groove carsiding was used on the second-floor deck ceiling.
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