Stone CottageRustic Exterior, Denver

Emily Minton Redfield

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carolynas48 wrote:Mar 2, 2016
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    TKP Architects


    Please contact me through our website at www.tkparch.com. I will give you more information about the cottage in an email. Thanks

  • Angela Hines

    I too, would like to know the dimensions, particularly the interior dimensions, such as length and width. I sent you an email to your address as well. Many thanks in advance.

JonnaMarie Weissenbach wrote:Jul 11, 2014
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    TKP Architects
    The roof of the Cottage is natural slate with copper flashings.
  • campinchick
    I am in the dream stage of building my home. If only I could piece together this n that from the many images I've looked at and put them in the brain of such talented Architects! So while I'm dreaming I figured I would go for it full throttle! I have a very limited budget but ideally (and perhaps unrealistic) I'd like to build a 600-800 sq ft. version of this cottage that is solid and comfortable without the high priced extras. Just a little place where my cat and dog and I can sit by the fire and live a down to earth life tucked away somewhere near Cincinnati Ohio. I've yet to find a contractor and/or architect that is willing to think outside the box and help me move forward to make my dream a reality. Any suggestions?
Courtney Ralphs wrote:Oct 19, 2016
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    TKP Architects

    Hi Courtney: Please send TKP a message so I can have an email to forward you the information about the Cottage. Thank you for your interesting in this very unique project.

Donna Arrants wrote:Dec 11, 2014
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    TKP Architects
    I believe it was a semi-transparent stain, but do not know the color. Sorry!
Kate Bailey wrote:Oct 21, 2013
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    TKP Architects
    This is a very small cottage, only about 500 s.f. It is a guest house and jewelry studio.
Panda Windows & Doors wrote:Dec 8, 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    fredalbert
    Fred Albert added this to Discover a Hobbit House Fit for Bilbo BagginsSep 23, 2013

    The house is just a short walk from the main residence, an 1890s cabin built during the region's copper, gold and silver boom. Although the main house was dramatically remodeled in 2001, it still retains its historic flavor. In building the new cottage, the owners were eager to do justice to both the property and the original building. By sinking the new structure into the hillside, they both diminished the cottage's presence on the site and preserved views from the main house above.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    branetteinc
    Bradley Ross added this to Modern Mountain CabinNov 27, 2018

    how it appears to be built into hill

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