Before & After: 222 N. Edgefield

The April Advocate features the renovation story of Cynthia Oliver’s Winnekta Heights home. It was nearly 100 years old when she bought it, and it had been broken into a four-unit apartment building. Here’s what it looked like:

Oliver hired Deanna Kisko of Tahoe Custom Homes to renovate the house. Here’s what it looks like now:


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