Raleigh is experiencing growth as never before. It’s a seller’s market and listings move fast. House hunters are finding that the once passed over split-level is now a way to get into desirable neighborhoods. Mostly built in the 1970s, split-levels feature desirable square footage with a slightly lower price tag as compared to other styles. The downside: they often come with outdated looks and a choppy floor plan.
That’s where we come in. Homeowners are turning to Wood Wise to bring their split-levels up to 2021 esthetics and style of living. The most often request is to open up the kitchen to the living/dining/family rooms. Take a look at this split-level that has been transformed by taking out walls between the living and dining rooms. Although the kitchen is relatively small, it now lives large.