This house is unique in that the original homeowners added a 350-square-foot den where most others have a courtyard. However, it was built with the same character as the rest of the house—post-and-beam construction, and all of the original windows and doors that were removed were repurposed so the homeowners still have lots of light. “We feel very fortunate to have found a Cliff May with such good, original, bones,” said the homeowner. “The only major changes we made to the original footprint was taking down the kitchen wall (so that we could have a more open concept living space) and merging the living room closet with the master closet (so that we could move our washer/dryer out of the kitchen). Other than that, our renovation projects have been cosmetic—carpets, paint, and updating bathrooms and the kitchen.” Fun fact: The man who previously owned the house was an artist. The homeowners have hung one of his watercolors in the living room to remind them of him and the history of this house.