This 1930's tudor home had a small kitchen and separate tight eating room adjacent to the kitchen. The second level contained outdated hall and master baths. The entire 3rd floor was an unfinished attic, only accessible thru the access hatch in one of the two small master closets. Recently, it was purchased by a young family with two sets of twins who needed a functional kitchen/eating area, new baths, a master suite remodel and a spare bedroom/bath on the 3rd floor for visiting family or a future kid's room. After reviewing the owner's wishes, the new design called for an expanded kitchen with an addition over the current garage to allow for a larger eating area open to the kitchen. All the bathrooms were gutted and redesigned with custom cabinetry, new plumbing and tile layouts reminiscent of the iconic tudor styling. A new 3rd floor stair was incorporated leading up to a new guest bedroom and bath, and the master suite was totally reconfigured to maximize closet and provide for a better furniture arrangement in the bedroom. Other architectural features, like a private balcony off a bedroom was designed into the roof of the eating area addition and a circular window at the gable end of the front of the house, accentuated the uniqueness of this special tudor home.