Very little to report today, I’m afraid.
352 N. Summit Street
The staircase has been finished.
The space I identified as a “linen closet” in the hall bath upstairs now has this built-in.
Aside from those two changes, I could not identify anything else new in the house: the hearth was still in its crate; the oven and range have to await countertop; the tile in the bathrooms has not been grouted; no more flooring has been completed.
351 N. Summit Street
Cabinetry has been installed in the kitchen, along with the sink. Men were working in the living and dining rooms on some kind of finishing.
59 N. Summit Street
Men were at work toward the back of the house, but the staircase and loft, reportedly slated for demolition, are still in place.
Here’s the best shot I could get of the side addition (surrounding foliage makes photography difficult).
Work seems to be currently focused on the addition in back.
Shooting into the sun didn’t help this photo, but it gives a bit of an idea of the overall building.
111 Magnolia Avenue
This house is for sale. Readers who followed the progress of its construction may be interested in looking at exterior and interior photos of the finished house here.