The rear apartment at this Tremont Circle residence was fashioned out of the original kitchen and servant’s quarters. Like the main part of the house, one of the apartment entrances was converted from an original window. In 2010, the apartment was renovated extensively, including a restoration of the original pine flooring in the living room. Hand-scraped hardwood flooring was installed on the entire second floor, and crown moldings added to the main floor. Wood paneling from the 1970s was removed to create an exposed brick stairwell. Modern fixtures were added throughout and an antique leaded transom glass was installed over the main entrance door in an attempt to combine historic beauty with contemporary convenience.