This home, in an older Asheville neighborhood, was originally built back in the 50s, but had been uninhabitable for the past 15 years. We began by demolishing and removing the entire structure, right down to the ground. The owners, retiring here from New York City, inherited it, and we essentially started over, using only the original foundation. The 800-square-foot home retains the original style and exterior configuration. When we got to it, it was dilapidated, overgrown, and generally unsalvageable. So we went to work, constructing new floor and wall framing, insulating, new windows, heating and cooling, electrical, plumbing—everything. It now features a clever straight-through flow, where the living room, kitchen, and dining room combine for a relaxed, uncrowded look. Skylights and sun tunnels deliver plenty of natural light. A master and second bedroom round out the space. Learn all about the remodeling services of HomeSource Builders. Visit our website or Houzz.com page for more project galleries.