REBEL ROAD RENOVATION   Rebel Road Renovation was a full house renovation and contemporary addition to a ranch home in the Travis Heights neighborhood. A new master suite addition looks out onto a new pool which is shaded by a massive 400 year old oak tree. Indoor and outdoor spaces are blended with large floor to ceiling windows and an indoor/outdoor wood ceiling. The main living, dining and kitchen space in the existing house were opened up utilizing a 40' long steel beam supporting the existing roof. New skylights allow dappled light from the oak tree to brighten the interiors.   Contractor : Distinctive Remodeling   Structural Engineer :  Fort Structures    Photo Credits :  Chase Daniel
       
     
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  REBEL ROAD RENOVATION   Rebel Road Renovation was a full house renovation and contemporary addition to a ranch home in the Travis Heights neighborhood. A new master suite addition looks out onto a new pool which is shaded by a massive 400 year old oak tree. Indoor and outdoor spaces are blended with large floor to ceiling windows and an indoor/outdoor wood ceiling. The main living, dining and kitchen space in the existing house were opened up utilizing a 40' long steel beam supporting the existing roof. New skylights allow dappled light from the oak tree to brighten the interiors.   Contractor : Distinctive Remodeling   Structural Engineer :  Fort Structures    Photo Credits :  Chase Daniel
       
     

REBEL ROAD RENOVATION

Rebel Road Renovation was a full house renovation and contemporary addition to a ranch home in the Travis Heights neighborhood. A new master suite addition looks out onto a new pool which is shaded by a massive 400 year old oak tree. Indoor and outdoor spaces are blended with large floor to ceiling windows and an indoor/outdoor wood ceiling. The main living, dining and kitchen space in the existing house were opened up utilizing a 40' long steel beam supporting the existing roof. New skylights allow dappled light from the oak tree to brighten the interiors.

Contractor: Distinctive Remodeling

Structural Engineer: Fort Structures

Photo Credits: Chase Daniel

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