Black Forest Beauty
After the Black Forest fire in 2013, this family of 5 lost their dream home . Through loss and healing they have reconstructed their lives through the process of rebuilding a gorgeous new home.
This hybrid timber frame beauty has an array of upgrades: from a select area of SIPS panel walls, to radiant floor heat to timberframe kitchen and living room area construction.
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This 5,225 sq ft mountain home is an authentic timberframe home. Built to last for generations, this stunning home has R-40 roof and wall panels wrapping around the timberframe structure providing superior strenghth and insulation.
Structural timber frame with wrap around covered porches and patio
Beautiful covered deck with magnificent timbers and douglas fir wooden ceiling
Enjoy entertaining from the Great Room to the outdoors
Enjoy the glorious outdoors while being surrounded wooden timbers
Beautiful arched beams connect in this wooden work of art
Western view of the half stoned decagon with large timber overhangs
This home has R-40 wall and roof panels, creating a super insulated envelope around the structural timbers
Strong timbers greet you as you approach the front door
Handcrafted knotty alder front door and natural onyx and bronze lighting greet you throughout the main floor
Looking toward the center of the home as you enter the huge archway with cathedral wooden ceilings, waterfall on one side and stone fireplace on the other.
This view captures the large arch looking into the great room and the view from the right looking towards the kitchen
Western view of the Great Room looking at the archway leading to the kitchen
Great Room view looking towards the front door capturing the copper water wall and stone fireplace
Entering the kitchen from the front entry. You will see the breakfast bar, planning desk, and lovely dining area.
This gorgeous and unique shaped space offers beautiful view of Pikes Peak and a lovely area to enjoy meals.
Granite countertops, farmers sink, top of the line stainless steel appliances.
Prep sink overlooking Pike's Peak, knotty alder cabinets, and granite countertops.
This Butler Pantry provides an abundant amount of room on the right for extra storage or additional appliances.
Enter the house from the garage into the mudroom with large closet on the right. A spiral staircase leading to the lower level or head right into the kitchen or powder room.
This adorable powder room is right off the kitchen with tall cathedral ceilings, granite countertop and waterfall faucet.