When the Wrigley's first bought the property the detached garage was typical of the era, with a dirt floor and the remains of a roof that was no longer keeping out the weather. In a family effort to make the space habitable, it was eventually transformed to the home of the Little Pincushion Studio, where sewing was taught to young girls, until just a year ago when Annabel and her students outgrew the small space.
Today it is the children's game and media room.
The budget for renovating the space - including building an attic, adding a roof, flooring, electric, insulation, and a drywall team for two hours - came out to around $2000.
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