Home Remodeling Magazine – Fall 2009

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In 1988 Tom and Susan bought a Cape-style beach house in their favorite Eastham neighborhood. The house served the needs of their family for fifteen years, but as the family grew with spouses and grandkids, the little Cape started to feel a bit cramped. So the couple asked Eastham architect Peter McDonald to help them expand the sunroom to add some much Before McDonald finished those plans, Tom and Susan asked him about converting the garage into living space. But with grandkids arriving faster than CAD mouse clicks, Tom and Susan soon went back and asked McDonald about raising the first-floor ceilings. He responded: “Sure, but we’ll need to redesign the house from the ground up.”
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