2017 CotY Awards - Noah Construction & Builders

Local CotY Award Winner - Silver
Entire House $250,000 to $500,000

The Brooks family came to Noah Construction & Builders with multiple needs. With their mother selling her home and moving in with them and a new baby on the way, the home could not accommodate all they needed. They had custom furniture the mother was bringing that had to fit into the new space, as well as new furniture the owners wanted to purchase for their own space. Custom interior trim work was requested to match their décor and style. This was just the beginning.

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The clients needed much more room; essentially a two-family home with separate kitchens and separate living quarters but at the same time the dining rooms needed to blend seamlessly together for the holidays. They wanted all the above plus jaw dropping curb appeal from the street and a resort-style rear yard with a pool and outside cabana to spend their weekends with the family and children.

“The family told us ‘none of the other contractors understand what we want!’ They wanted to stay in the home, not uproot their family,” said Peter Cacoperdo of Noah Construction. “They told me they wanted their forever home here. A home they would grow
their children in and eventually where their children could raise a family of their own.”

After listening to all the wants and needs from both sides of the family, the team went to work on the design. They were able to pull it all together answering all their needs and blending form and function into the design to make this home work seamlessly from the inside space to the outside space.

Additional bedrooms were added to make room for the new baby and guests. Two large, independent custom kitchens were created, additional baths were added and existing ones updated. Lastly, their resort backyard idea was brought to life with a free-formed inground pool, waterfall and an amazing cabana with outdoor TV and bar. Noah Construction & Builders made this house into the Brooks family “forever home.”