Built in 1993 by Dale Holland this brick traditional had the gracious bones and the space needed for this family of three with one on the way. This young family had their sights on the area for many reasons including the Minnetonka school district, quaint and historical architecture within the area, and the fabulous neighborhood setting. This 4 Bedroom | 4 Bathroom | 5,490 sq. ft. home on a quiet cul-de-sac was completely reimagined by the new home owners and WEST BAY HOMES. There are to many details to mention all the updates but here are the highlights: To start, the popcorn ceilings would vanish never to be seen again. Cant’t say we’ll miss them. The variety of flooring applications were minimized to a well balanced collection with wide plank wood floors taking center stage. Walls were removed, entrances were opened up and given added height. The original main level brick fire place with cooktop, yes it had a built in cooktop... it was the early 90’s... would be replace with a clean lined shiplap clad fireplace with flatscreen inset and sleek mantle. The kitchen was completely renovated with newly added windows and completely customized cabinetry systems that would not only produce a timeless and elegant kitchen space, but also a highly functional one built for family. This new chefs kitchen is inclusive of a farm sink, high end appliances, large island loaded with storage, shiplap hood, clever built in pantry design dressed in an eye catching finish, and wine/coffee bar with shiplap backing, wall sconces, and its own 2nd farm sink and under cabinet cooler making entering oh so effortless. The powder bathroom now completely reworked with walls and heavy cabinetry deleted for a fresh and airy space infused with fanciful encaustic tiles and polished nickel fixtures. Hallway stairs were relocated, the laundry room was reconfigured into a home gym borrowing space from the oversized study. New solid core doors, trim material throughout and a collection of tasteful door handle sets would replace hollow core doors and tired trim details. The master suite would become just that with the lavish introductions of a free standing tub nestled into a private corner, highly customized make up vanity and duel sink vanity cabinetry with a place for everything also concealing ugly cords stowed away within the bath cabinetry drawers for ideal convenience and clean clutter free countertops. Also incorporated into the master suite is the laundry room, a functionality dream come true for this family in particular. The boy soon to be boys bathroom is a dapper space with chic black and white tiles custom bead board cabinetry systems fitted with pullout steps for easy sink access. Mom and dad even have a place to sit in the newly reimagined boys bath with a built in bench set close to the tub for bath time, potty training time, towel drying time... all the good times. In the basement a window well was added and additional walls removed making for a spacious guest suite. More walls were removed in the basement area to open up the space and create a relaxed yet polished space for cocktails, pool games, and events on the big screen. Sounds like a story book right. That’s because it kind of is. please enjoy the inspirational before and after images of this renovation project in the Deephaven/CottageWood area! west bay homes completely revitalized the entire interior of this New Traditional home built in 1993.