Louisville family renovates 4-bed center hall colonial-style home

Tray Ling

Holly and Kevin Sadowski felt they had sufficient square footage in their four-bedroom, center hall colonial-style home for their family of four. But as their two young children grew into teenagers, it became clear that the space on a quiet street in Louisville’s Brownsboro Zorn area wasn’t the perfect fit […]

Holly and Kevin Sadowski felt they had sufficient square footage in their four-bedroom, center hall colonial-style home for their family of four. But as their two young children grew into teenagers, it became clear that the space on a quiet street in Louisville’s Brownsboro Zorn area wasn’t the perfect fit for the family’s needs.

“We knew we had the space; we just didn’t necessarily have the right layout for us,” Kevin said. “We have two teenagers and a dog; we needed some separation. So, we were either going to move or renovate — ‘love it or list it.’”

A better build

The Sadowskis began looking at other houses for sale around town, but Kevin knew he wanted to keep the family in their Brownsboro Zorn home.

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