348 beach lewis house

This was Lyle Lewis’ house. He and his wife passed and their children sold it to me. Kim Alora lived it for a year after she sold it to me. i then completely remodeled it. all new wiring. new siding, new windows, half new roof, insulation, drywall, kitchen cabinets and appliances, etc. i used mostly reused material in the framing fixes. the enclosed back porch is now a dinette off the kitchen. i also rebuilt the greenhouse porch.

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2 Responses to 348 beach lewis house

    Angela Percival says:

    wow, that is simply awe-inspiring. Last I visited your bungalow, the wind was whistling through the pane-less windows. Good things happen to good people. You should be mayor of Manila.

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