A complete 180

Grove city family turns things around with incredible home remodeling ideas

On the main working wall of the kitchen, symmetrical cabinetry includes a refrigerator on the left and freezer on the right.

From this upper loft, you can see through the family room window to the creek, which winds nearby. Charlotte, a 6-year-old Australian Terrier, peers up from a comfy recliner.

This family keeps entertaining casual and the open design concept of the kitchen/great room combination is the perfect setting.

The mantle decor is a collection of patriotic items that honor the homeowner's father, a decorated WWII veteran and the recipient of two Silver Star Medals earned during the Battles of Guam and Iwo Jima.

Steps lead down to this partially covered deck. Guests have the option of sitting in the sun or taking a break from the elements under the cover.

Right next to the main kitchen space, a convenient work station shows this home in a winter scene.

When comparing the front of the original home to the back of the new home, the attached two-car garage space to the left was added to the footprint of the original home.

The original ranch kitchen’s layout didn’t change considerably, but the space was given a serious update.

A partially covered patio extends from what was the original house and cantilevers over the creek bed.

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