One goal of this new residence in Breckenridge was to capture the expansive views of the Ten Mile Range. Mission accomplished. Another goal was to be budget conscience, which is often in conflict with the design guidelines of the subdivision, The Highlands of Breckenridge. We have achieved both by designing a 1 1/2 story house with a slab-in-grade main floor and pre-engineered roof trusses. The house is also highly efficient due to the thermal mass of in-slab radiant heat tubing and the extra depth, continuous insulation the trusses allow.
Archives for October 2015
Check out these fabulous photos of a recently finished custom home in Keystone.
This tired old Breckenridge residence was begging for a total remodel. It was built in the early 70’s and had received many additions over the years. After reinforcing the foundation and the floor framing, our attention was focused on updating the interior.
Floor to ceiling steel windows and doors were added to maximize natural light and frame the mountain vistas and forest views. Interior walls were removed to create a large open living space. A clean contemporary kitchen was paired with natural wood ceilings and floors for a warm comfortable feel.