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June 18, 2004 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-06-18

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hat happens when a woman with two
adolescent sons decides to wed a man with
three boys of his own? On TV, they call it The
Brady Bunch. In West Bloomfield, they call
Gittleman. David Buckner and Julie Harris did—
with an order to transform David's three-bedroom
condo into a 3,800 sq. ft. home designed for a
family of seven. After presenting the couple with
three detailed plans to choose from, Gittleman set
about finishing the entire lower level, which would
three months later include two spacious
bedrooms, a full bath, a family room with wet bar,
a study area and a fitness room.

They utilized the space extremely well," remarked
Julie. "It really flows, like part of the house."

After the wedding, all the Buckner boys, old and
new, will have room to romp—including Eddie, the family cat, who'll soon lay claim to his own
"kitty door" leading to the storage room.

"It doesn't feel like a basement. It just feels like home," Julie added, pointing out charming touches
such as custom cabinetry and enlarged window replacements.

That homey feeling is always the goal with Gittleman, and they continually show homeowners all
over that it's attainable—no matter how large or small the project.

Just ask the future Buckners.

GITTLEMAN

CONSTRUCTION inc

28580 ORCHARD LAKE RD., SUITE 102
FARMINGTON
4 .8H
(4
1 1 8334

Sale ends Wednesday

Ask for Kari Kovack
or Michelle Ben-Ezra

BRING YOUR
CUSTOM DESIGNS To LIFE

We Specialize in all
custom doors:
*Wood • Fiberglass

• Steel • Interior

248-737-3700

33084 Northwestern Hwy.

www.gittleman.net

6/18

2004

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CUSTOM

R ENO V A T

between 14 Mile &. Orchard Lake Road

(between Home , kpplianee & In Style .Purniture)

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