An addition remodel to one half of a 1970s duplex overlooking the River Golf Course in Keystone transformed the space into a stunning, modern home whose open concept is anchored around the fireplace.
Our latest multi-family development of 12 custom, luxury homes certainly lives up to its name: Cabins at the Overlook. The site was carefully planned to maximize on the stunning views overlooking French Gulch and Baldy Mountain as well as Peaks 1 and 2.Expansive...
Utopia is a way one lives, not a place one lives. What is your idea of Utopia? A foot of fresh powder on your day off? Gathering the whole family around your dining table for a Thanksgiving feast? The morning sun warming your face as you practice yoga? We cannot...
Clearwater Lofts at Keystone is our newest luxury condominium project offering 1 – 4 bedroom units in 3-story residential buildings over parking. Conveniently located just a mile from the Mountain House base at Keystone Ski Resort this property offers great onsite amenities including underground, heated parking and hot tubs.
With the rapid lifestyle changes brought about by Covid 19, many of us are reevaluating our lifestyles. Mountain cabins initially purchased as an escape for ski weekends, are being redesigned as permanent homes due to more people working remotely and with the desire to be away from crowds.
The 600 square feet of rustic charm that may have been manageable for a weekend however, requires some major renovations for the house to function as a primary residence. Increasing comfort and enjoyment of the home, as well as updating the style and increasing efficiency and functionality, are all major reasons for these renovations.
Don’t be fooled, building in the mountains is a challenge. Hiring a local architect instead of an online generic designer will save you money when building your Colorado mountain home as your architect will help you avoid some of the most common mistakes homeowners make.
The overriding trend emerging from the Covid pandemic is the desire to move out of large cities and escape to the mountains. The pandemic has proven that many jobs can be performed just as well remotely and with children homeschooling there is no longer the requirement to live inside a school district. So what are you waiting for? Don’t know where to start? Let us help!
Where we live and where we play is shifting. How we live is shifting. Our home life is shifting. Public spaces are shifting.
A 3,500 sq ft custom, mountain modern home in Blue River, Colorado. Built on a steep, tree covered lot this 3 story house required an elevator and long, double switchback driveway.
This creation of a local community, providing much needed local, owner-occupied workforce housing in a variety of sizes and price points was developed over many years to offer a walkable neighborhood including parks and open spaces.
A few weeks ago as spring began to take hold, I started looking for opportunities to spend my lunch breaks outside in the sun. It didn’t take long for me to find some perfect picnic spots along the Blue River, just a couple of minutes walk from the office. Sitting...
With over 300 days of sunshine Colorado is ideal for solar panels.