Shore Colonial Kitchen Remodel at the New Jersey Shore

This 100+ year old Shore Colonial home located in Long Branch, New Jersey was flooded during Superstorm Sandy. The lower portion of the entire first floor needed to be gutted and remodeled.
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As an upgrade option, the Monmouth County homeowners wanted the Design Build Planners to create a plan to expand their kitchen into the back sunroom area.

The new kitchen is loaded with desirable features and great attention to detail. These items include a television and computer workstation, glass tile mixed with subway tiles for the backsplash, a pot filler, stainless steel farm sink, one-piece spray faucet, filtered water line for the Keurig coffee maker, lighted pot rack, under cabinet lighting, stone chimney covering, pop up outlet for the island, Caesarstone quartz countertops, and an upgraded appliance package.What is your favorite feature of this kitchen?

The project was built by Mark of Excellence, a DBP Preferred Remodeler.

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