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.
Join Midwest Home during the 3rd Annual Luxury Remodeling Tour and see ten newly remodeled homes throughout the Twin Cities.
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.