Set on a quiet stretch of the Huron River, this stunning home was built to take in everything this picturesque lot has to offer. Originally built in the ’70s as a vacation spot and then remodeled in the ’90s using local Architect Wayne Appleyard, this home was able to take advantage of the generous setback requirements of the time allowing for decks and a curved bay of windows that are cantilevered towards the river – beckoning all that enter the home.

Our clients purchased the home in 2015 and approached Meadowlark to help bring the home into the new century and provide a beautiful backdrop to showcase beloved treasures from world travels and to capture the amazing views of the Huron River. A thoughtful redesign of the kitchen, master suite and mudroom areas along with updates throughout left no part of this home untouched during this whole-home remodel.

Photo of Meadowlark Designer Jen Hinesman

  Lead Designer – Jen Hinesman

Photo of Meadowlark Project Manager Joe Scanlon

Project Manager: Joe Scanlon

The view from the living room overlooking the Huron River

View from Kitchen to Dining Room

Meadowlark Design Build Master Suite Remodel