Background Info: This 1925 bungalow in the Meridian Kessler neighborhood of northern Indianapolis was the perfect space for the homeowner and family, but the backyard lacked the same charm that the rest of the home possessed.
The backyard had minimal space, as do many homes in the Meridian Kessler neighborhood, so the homeowner wanted to find a way to better utilize their space throughout more of the year. The back of the home lacked hardscaping and landscaping.
The goal was to create a space that the homeowner and family can utilize throughout more of the year for leisure and entertainment.
- The largest transformation came from eliminating the deck and replacing it with a three-seasons porch. The porch was created using EZE-Breeze Venting Windows, which allow for up to 75 percent ventilation.
- The interior of the three-seasons room was finished with the addition of a gas fireplace, plank wood flooring and a lighting plan.
- The exterior of the porch addition was finished to match the remainder of the home, making the addition appear as if it were a part of the original home.
- Another major change came from the addition of a stamped concrete patio with a seating wall and gas fire pit.