Half of this before-and-after Ludlow home is finished; check out the inside

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A double house in Ludlow is completely remodeled on one side, but the other side remains untouched. It gives those who see the house a real-time before-and-after look.

The home was built in the 1800s, when Ludlow resident Michael Burns wanted a place for his twins to live that would allow them to be together but also have their own space.

The home is featured in this week’s episode of Beyond the Curb: River City Living.

The renovated side of the house was opened up to create an airy first floor, with an open concept that flows from the kitchen into the dining room into the living space. Original oak floors are still in place, blending with new gray kitchen cabinets and exposed brick.

The first floor living room. Photo courtesy of Beyond the Curb.

On the second floor, one bedroom has been turned into an art room. The third floor has a large play space.

The art room on the second floor. Photo courtesy of Beyond the Curb.

The owner’s parents purchased the second side of the house and are in the early stages of remodeling.

Watch the full episode below:

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