Renovated Springfield Home – Eton St

Here’s a look at our completed renovation project on Eton St in Springfield.

We did a lot of work to this property including a new roof, new siding, new windows, new kitchen, three new bathrooms, new driveway, updated electric and plumbing, refinished hardwoods and fresh paint.

We also made some floor plan changes which included opening up the kitchen to the dining room, expanding the master bedroom, adding a half bath to the master and rearranging the bedroom closets.

Here is a look at the completed home:  (you can see the before pictures and video HERE)

Eton St Springfield MA

Springfield MA renovated Home

Eton St



Living Room

Living Room

Living Room

Dining Room

Dining Room looking into Kitchen

Kitchen Looking from Dining Room


Kitchen Looking into Dining Room

Stainless Steel Appliances


Kitchen with Gorgeous Hardwoods


Bedroom 2

Full Bath

Tiled Tub Surround with Body Jets Shower Panel

Master Bedroom

Master Bedroom

Master Bath

Finished Basement

Finished Basement


We’ve got beautiful dark stained hardwoods throughout this home, even in the kitchen.

This great home is 2,042 square feet with 3 bedrooms, 1 full bath, 2 half baths including a master bath, a large finished area in the basement and a 1 car garage.

Well that’s it for now, I want to wish everyone a happy New Year and a great 2012!


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  1. Nathan Grant says

    That looks great. You guys do a very nice job. As a newer investor you guys are an inspiration.

  2. Another great rehab guys! Happy New Year to you also!

  3. Very nice work gents!

  4. Steve McGrath says

    Great job you guy’s!!!!

  5. Those are beautiful hardwoods! Even in the Kitchen, wow… don’t drop anything!

    • Hi Keith,

      A lot of the older homes in our city have hardwoods in the kitchen. We’ve done a few and buyers really like it.

      Usually they’re covered by layers of vinyl floor and vinyl tile. All it takes is a little sanding and they shine again!

      I’ve even seen some builders doing it in their new homes too.

      Thanks for the comments

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