60 Randolph Place- A Modern Renovation Dream Home

Blog / Buying a Home / Home Design / December 10, 2012

60 Randolph Place is an amazing investment opportunity for clients with a vision for modern renovation. My recommendation would be to contact Millburn-based architect, (Gary Rosard), as has performed unbelievable transformations for my clients in the past.

The top 5 features of a contemporary home are widely recognized as:
1) Open floorplan
2) Easy access to outside
3) Spacious kitchen
4) Large master suite
5) Great room with access to/from kitchen

Modern Renovation Dream

Not only does 60 Randolph Place have all of these features, but it also has four great bedrooms, an award winning school district (Maplewood-South Orange), and is within walking distance to the Mountain Station Train (a two block walk, and a 28 minute direct commute to NYC).

Here’s a look into Mr. Rosard’s thought process while undertaking a Short Hills project,

I saw potential in a 1960 expanded ranch on a beautiful site. The homeowners had an affinity for mid-century modern design, and introduced me to a publication called “Atomic Ranch”, while I showed them images from Dwell Magazine that I thought related to their project.

Take a look at the before and after pictures from his amazing Short Hills renovation:

modern renovation beforemodern renovation after

modern renovation beforemodern renovation after

modern renovation beforemodern renovation after

Now here’s the starting point for 60 Randolph, use your imagination and vison to put your own ideal picture in the “after” column:

modern renovation dream home

If you’re ready to embark on your dream project please contact Linda Brady:

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