This warm, modern four bedroom, three and half bath home, built in 2016, has a passive solar design that allows it to take full advantage of views of the Flatirons to the south. The open floor plan and nine foot ceilings create a sunny, airy feel. A large west-facing covered porch protects the house from overheating in the late after-noon, and makes for easy indoor/outdoor living. Whitewashed beetle-kill wood was used for the porch ceiling.
The gourmet kitchen and contemporary fireplace/entertainment center make the great room/kitchen/dining area the perfect spot for entertaining. Carefully placed operable windows provide natural daylighting and ventilation throughout.
At the shared flex/study space at the top of the central stairs, huge windows and doors infuse the core of the house with air and sunlight, and open to a commanding balcony and views. The house includes a painting studio with wonderful northern light. Inventive storage is tucked throughout the house. Low-maintenance, durable materials, including hardiboard cementitious siding, cultured stone, and cementitious stucco were used for the exterior.