June 26, 2022


Specialists in home design

Montgomery OKs partial demolition of one of oldest homes in city

The Montgomery City Council authorized Magnolia-centered Gracepoint Residences to demolition a part of 1 of the city’s oldest properties.

In accordance to info from the metropolis, the custom home builder has acquired 504 Caroline St. with ideas ultimately track down organization offices in the authentic aspect of the home although removing a massive, dilapidated addition on the again of the home.

“The home as it sits now has been included on to a number of times in excess of the previous several years,” claimed Nate Robb with RCC Group who is representing Gracepoint Households. “These additions were being improperly constructed and as a outcome, they can not be salvaged. Our intentions are to dismantle and repurpose all the initial facade.”

Constructed in the late 1800s, the home is one of the oldest in the town.

Robb famous the first windows, doors and siding will be removed and utilised to recreate the primary plan of the house. He extra a structural engineer has assessed the house and the initial framework is audio and can be restored to its preceding state.

Gracepoint has asked for the residence be rezoned to professional given that it is the only remaining whole lot on Liberty Avenue even now zoned residential. Phase II for the property is to develop an open up idea design and style cafe struggling with Liberty Avenue (FM 149).

“That’s really spectacular,” Sanford mentioned of the rendering of the remaining program for the home.

The city’s preparing and zoning committee has not approved the next period and no time line was offered for the job.

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