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Chautauqua Contemporary traditional-entry

Chautauqua Contemporary

This residence is tucked in at the end of a street on a wooded lot adjacent to Boulder’s historic Chautauqua Park. The design is a reinterpretation of an East Coast shingle-style house in the context of the historic park, which is graced with an eclectic collection of cedar-shingled cottages and a performance hall. The street facade is a composition of asymmetrical gabled forms, sheathed by warm cedar shingles and large double-hung windows. The shingles gracefully slope over the top of a rough-laid Telluride stone base that visually anchors the home into the site.

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miked65 added this to Vaulted Entries
November 15, 2013
Imagine standing in the vaulted living room looking into the foyer with the entry door at the back where the windows are
kathleenbiagioni added this to Outdoor
June 10, 2012
Light post with house number
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May 3, 2012
cedar siding/solar lights in stone pillars
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Light pier, curved path
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