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Bathrooms - updates


Thank you! We have completely updated, repplumbed & remodeled not only those two bathrooms, but another one on the third floor, as well. Here's the scoop:1st floor bath: remodeled 2006/07 - has a shower with hand-crafted tiles and plate-glass, frameless door, pedestal sink w/ tiled bowl & new one-piece Kohler toilet -- all in beige/earth tones.2nd floor bath: this is the lilac-walled one, which was completely redone in 2005. The toilet & sink are Kallista models, imported from England. The bath, which we re-enameled, is original (1934) to the house. All plumbing and lighting is new. The tiles are hand-set black & white. In addition to the tub w/ handset, there is a shower w/ new wider door. New wooden window is double-paned and features privacy glass.3rd floor: This bathroom was redone in 2004. It has a huge shower w/ tiled bench and hand-shower attachment. Shower wall & door are frameless plate glass -- beautiful! Kohler Pedestal sink & toilet are new, as well. New wooden window is double-paned. Pocket door to maximize room space!

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