WYNNEWOOD NORTH RESIDENCE

Project Highlights:

This new residence sits on the existing foundation of the original house from the 1960s, which was destroyed in a fire. It bears no resemblance to the original. The original house was 2 story with no front porch and bland curb appeal. The owner wanted to change to a single story home with a front porch. It was to be built on a tight budget, using only the insurance proceeds. The neighborhood was originally developed in the 1950’s, and has a nice stock of Mid Century houses; this house was designed to fit into that feel.

The interior is open, with the Living space flowing into the Dining, and the Dining flowing into the Kitchen. In addition to the Master Bedroom, there are also two Secondary Bedrooms. This project shows that a clean, well finished home can be had with a very tight budget.

Recessed in the rear yard is a sports court, in Duke blue. The Master Suite is on the First Level, and there is a tornado resistant room also on the first level. Secondary Bedrooms, an Office, a Workout Room, and a second Media room are on the second level. The resulting home is one where formality in the Architecture and Interior Design is evident, without being intimidating, fussy or overly showy.

IT ALL STARTS WITH A SKETCH…

PROJECT NAME

Wynnewood North Residence

BUILDING SIZE

1,900 s.f.

PROJECT LOCATION

Oak Cliff Area of Dallas, Texas

CLIENT NAME

Private Client

GENERAL
CONTRACTOR

RHD Construction

ARCHITECTURE

Rogers-Ford, L.C.

PHOTOGRAPHER

Danny Turner and Cindy Ford