It’s been more than a year since we began working on our house. Now, it’s done. I guess you can never say your home is done because there’s always something more you want to do to it. But for now, the Green-Grossfield house project is done.
The second level of our home didn’t exist when we bought it: It was a rambler. We needed to fit four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a laundry room in a little more than 1,000 square feet.
Follow Jordana Green in Episode 6 of the Green Grossfield Project as the project focuses on the downstairs design and flow.
I’m not a great cook, but I love to entertain. We entertain often, nearly every Friday night for Shabbat dinner and any excuse to have a party is a good one. The house we’re remodeling isn’t big, so most of the downstairs ended up being kitchen… I love it! Check out our modern, kosher, open kitchen on the #greengrossfieldproject.
Episode 4: The Green-Grossfield Project. We bought a house across from a lake, but near a busy street. We wanted to maximize our view and still maintain privacy.
“This House Sucks”. That was the kids’ take on the house. They hated it. It was already a tough sell to get them to want to move from their childhood home in Eden Prairie to a tiny rambler in St. Louis Park. When they saw what we purchased, I almost had a mutiny on my hands.
We bought this house for the lot. It sits across the street from Cedar Lake, eight minutes from downtown and next to a city lot that is undeveloped. There are mature trees, it’s close to our synagogues, and many of our friends live in the neighborhood.
This 1947 rambler is a lot like Marc and me. It’s been around a while, had some fabulous years, had some hard ones, and was ready for a new beginning. You may know Marc as the founder of AVIV 613 Vodka.