Okay, so the Centennial part is a little premature, the bungalow was built in 1915...In any case, the outside is wonderful, but the inside configuration is a bit confusing. The house is only 898 sq ft, and there's ~80 sq ft right in the middle that is simply dead space. It has the original chimney inside a wall that creates a small hallway. Only thing is that the chimney area is load-bearing. My initial thought was to remove the chimney and install a beam, but that only opens the area for aesthetic reasons, there are still too many doorways that are in the way to be able to put a couch or TV in that area.
A.1 - Transform the dead space into something usable.
A.2 - If possible, add another bathroom.
A.3 - Design a good kitchen starting with removing the dividing wall between the kitchen and dining room.
A.4 - Add a porte-cochere with a door to the kitchen.
B - Keep the craftsman bungalow architectural feel
C - I will be executing the project soon after this competition is completed.
D - I may request further details after the competition is over, but does not need to be on site.
A - We already purchased kitchen cabinets, they're a dark walnut color. Leaning towards a white quartz or perhaps variegated white granite countertop. The thought of relocating the bathroom has already occurred to me and I will entertain the idea to make a true master bathroom as long as we find space to add another bathroom.
A - Other than relocating the existing bathroom, opening up the kitchen to the dining room, and restructuring the dead space, would strongly prefer to leave the other walls where they are now. The big circular doorway to the second bedroom will be either returned to french doors or closed completely if there needs to be a new door somewhere else. We're in a highly deed-restricted neighborhood as well, so any changes to windows or facade are a lengthy permit process and would not be ideal.
I do expect a layout with dimensions. Text probably isn't too necessary, but model views would be outstanding, whether they are elevations, bird's eye views, etc...as long as there are several renderings, especially around the new key features such as the old dead space, bathroom, and kitchen.