Hessler 113 Townhomes, a historic community of five townhomes originally constructed in the early 1900’s, displayed ornate historic detailing masked by overwhelming neglect. The key restorative design elements focused on refreshing: the existing brick; the front porch spanning the front façade; repairing and painting the existing stucco and trim with a new color scheme; the original windows and front entry doors; and interiors to highlight their unique character.
Each unit retains its historic detailing, distinct characteristics, and period piece legacy mantles. The use of ample light showcases natural wood flooring, luxury vinyl tile and all white accessories. Kitchens were reconfigured into an open layout, windows restored with new glass panes and storm windows for energy performance. Modernization of kitchens and bathrooms completed the transformation from dilapidated waste into highly functional, efficiently beautiful homes.
The townhomes also received Enterprise Green Communities (EGC) Certification.