This 7,500 SF Boulder, CO residence combines mountain lodge and simple agrarian forms to create an aesthetic appropriate to Colorado and the surrounding rural environments and pastures. A continuous exterior porch recalls traditional prairie homes while mitigating the overall vertical scale of the house. The porch wraps around the back of the house terminating at a stone fire ... more »
The front porch features include stamped and stained concrete, yellow pine tongue and groove ceiling, cedar posts, a 42" wide by 8' tall alder door with flemish glass,and limestone veneered walls. The roof is galvalume standing seam with three dormers. It offers a very comfortable and inviting appearance to country living.
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