1906 Arts & Crafts house
Photo: Deborah Hood
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Doubling a Lexington Arts & Crafts

With Ludovici roof tiles and Tapestry brick on the outside, and glowing gumwood trim on the inside, this large 1906 Arts & Crafts house may have originally been used as a hunting lodge.

Like so many homes of its era, the house lacks an accessible garage, functional kitchen, and living room. In a renovation that's been planned for 13 years, the homeowners hope to build a period-sensitive addition that could nearly double the size of their house.

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