San diego masonry – Architects Audrey McEwen and Jon Gaiser purchased this Nineteen Seventies San Diego townhouse with the intention of the usage of it as a blank-slate new homestead. They made choices moderately to keep costs down but still make an affect. Using the original flooring plan, sticking to the home’s footprint and on the lookout for fabrics and appliances at great costs helped them keep on track with their finances. "What we will be able to’t find the money for to shop for, we do not," says McEwen. Homss at a GlanceWho lives here Audrey McEwen and Jon GaiserLocation San DiegoSize 900 sq. FeetCost of upgrade $38,000 (for materials , home equipment, demolition, plumbing and electric work). Homss Tour A San Diego Townhouse Gets a Bright Update
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