frame home, boasts an extraordinary amount of highly detailed finishes that have a strong European influence alongside a Rustic Western core. From hand forged bronze railings to handmade mosaic tiles, this home spares no sacrifice to the comforts of ski slope-side living. This gorgeous home was published
Journal Home magazine.
Project Manager: Mark S. Dalby
Superintendent: Dan J. Clancy
Photographer: Roger Wade Photography
Published in: Big Sky Journal Home - 2012
‘koselig’ home usually has a fire, plenty of candles, yummy smells, and good friends.”
This home is located on Spanish Peaks’ Wildridge with views to the north and west, from the Spanish Peaks, to Wilson, to Lone Mountain. Inspired by the American homestead era, when homes were often added upon as families
this home is a hybrid of the traditional stacked logs and more conventional timber elements.
A curved entry roof is a unique feature on the exterior, while still fitting within the Spanish Peaks context. Inside, a massive central fireplace ties together the major living spaces, and a wine room can
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Cottage Home with three bedrooms, three baths and a study. The home features a spacious great room design and a large lanai to accommodate outdoor living. Built by London Bay Homes with Interior Design by Romanza Interior Design.
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year-old home in a beautiful historic neighborhood to become more livable for a growing family, all four sides of the home were modifi ed and a new detached garage was constructed. A bay window added character to the front of the home. A sunny breakfast nook and a much needed mudroom was added to one side
The home has been published many times. Most recently it was featured in 2007 both by Baltimore Magazine and Solutions at Home Magazine, and a book entitled “Kitchen Ideas That Work” by Beth Veillette.
Brough Schamp Photography