Located in scenic Thousand Oaks, 2643 Briarwood Place was built in 1972. The house was completely gutted and renovated in the summer of 2016.
The wall separating the living room from the dining room was removed to create a true open concept living. The wall of the first bedroom in the hallway was extended and reframed to feature a single door. The kitchen was redesigned. The hallway closet was converted and reframed to house a refrigerator in the kitchen. The plumbing in the kitchen was redesigned to accommodate the swap of the dishwasher and the sink; the new position of the dishwasher creates a more natural right-handed loading flow dynamics.
The bathrooms have been fully remodeled as well.
The new floor runs throughout the entire house and the bathrooms have similar porcelain floor tiles that resemble the rest of the planks creating a seamless transition.
It goes without saying that the entire house was painted with lead free, zero VOC paint.
The backyard was redesigned to create both active and passive zones. A new concrete staircase was built to enable the enjoyment of the mountain-view from the top. A seating area was dug in the toe of the hill to be [visually] inline with the family room; contributing more to the outdoor-indoor living. Fruit trees were planted throughout to keep the hill site healthy and reduce the dry soil erosion. Trees were planted in the front lawn as well to create a natural fence and a sense of privacy.
The house is currently listed for sale. You can find more information at www.2643briarwood.com
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2643 Briarwood Place
The main entrance.
The living room
Living room thru the dining room view
The dining room
Close up on the chandelier in the dining room
Quartz countertops and glass hexagon tiles
The island surface is Covelano marble
Tom Dixon' Beat pendants
Kraus 36" Apron sink
Open concept view from the end of the kitchen through the doorway
How we had it furnished
View from the living room through the family room.
The family room
The family room featuring a Minka Aire ceiling fan