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2136 – 44 E. Hazzard ST. & 2139 -41 E Sergeant ST. Modern 3 story single family homes

Project info

Zoning – I-2 & RSA – 5

Current use – masonry industrial building and vacant lots.

Wiedenman Architecture LLC assisted the owner in obtaining subdivision of the property and zoning variances to build 7 single family homes.

Proposed use – 7 three story single family homes.  Two homes on Sergeant St and five homes on Hazzard St.

Construction underway.   All homes should be completed by the end of the year.





front elevation on E hazzard st

Addition and Renovation in Penn Valley, PA

Before (rear elevation)IMG_20150922_114637520


After (rear elevation)



After (new side porch entry)



This single family home in Penn Valley  had a previous addition, enclosing the garage and adding it as living space (pictured in the before photo). However, the homeowners desired more space, and so a 2-story addition was added onto the side, along with renovations of the 2nd story above the previous addition to make better use of the existing space.

The first floor addition includes renovated and expanded kitchen and breakfast area a large family room and a new mud room and covered porch.  The second floor addition added a 4th bedroom to the home.

Construction to be finished in the fall of 2016



suburban single family home  addition / renovation / new construction

1. single family home addition / renovation, Radnor, PA  2014

2. new single family home, Lafayette, PA  2012

3. new single family home, Lumberville, PA  2014

4. new single family home, Paoli, PA  2015

5. single family home addition / renovation, Bryn Mawr, PA  2014

6. new single family home, Villanova, PA  2016

7.single family home addition / renovation, Upper Darby, PA  2010

8. new single family home, North Wales, PA  2014



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1319 buttonwood St. Philadelphia  3-story building located in the CMX-4 zoning district needs to be converted from an old vacant building into a single-family home. While CMX-4 allows for multi-family dwellings, a single-family residence is not permitted per the Philadelphia Zoning code, so an appeal was filed with the Zoning Board of Adjustment. As part of the preparation for that hearing to allow a variance, Wiedenman Architecture presented to the local Registered Community Organization in July 2016. After the presentation, the members of the community in attendance at the RCO meeting unanimously voted to support the project.