This Edge Hill cottage was in need of complete makeover. The kitchen was relocated to the rear of the home to be closer to the deck. The old space became a bedroom and an ensuite and walk-in robe was added to the master bedroom. History has it that the original builder had only one eye, so the house was built a slant! This meant features like windows and the front door needed to be custom made to fit into their respective recesses.
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