After weeks of work, Preservation Society volunteers have finished renovations in a second apartment at the historic Dr. Isaac Fiske House.
From March to April 2019, members tore up old carpet and linoleum, painted walls and ceilings, and added new appliances to the unit.
The apartment’s original windows were also removed, cleaned, repaired, and reinstalled — making them usable for the first time in years as well.
Multiple layers of paint were removed from the living room fireplace, uncovering the it’s wooden details for the first time in years.
Contractors built a new kitchen counter, added a new sink, re-glazed the bathroom sink and tub, and finished the hardwood floors.