“This remarkable Tudor across from Rocky Mountain Lake Park will take your breath away. The owner has taken great pains to turn this home into a true showplace” – Listing Agent
Built in 1939, the home was in need of a whole home remodel. The whole first floor of the home was remodeled by our team.
This included the kitchen, the main bathroom, two bedrooms, the dining room and the living room.
The home had a lot of its original features intact, including the arched doorways; however the homeowner tasked the team with creating craftsman style detailed millwork and molding throughout the home. As a master carpenter, this was not a problem, but an exercise in craftsmanship. The custom millwork included new molding surrounding all the windows, doors, pass throughs and even a custom fireplace mantel.
The refinished hardwood flooring on the main level helps to maintain the charm of this property.
The dining room was filled with tall craftsman wainscoting for a distinctly polished look.
The kitchen was completely gutted and re-built. The gourmet kitchen features high end, white shaker soft close cabinets, quartz counters, a farm sink and GE Stainless appliances including a gas range and gorgeous glass tile back-splash. New recessed lighting was incorporated along with a stainless steel stove hood. The fridge was moved and in its place a custom built in storage solution built by our team. A custom eat in kitchen bench was constructed at one end for a breakfast nook.
The main bath was beautifully remodeled but retains the charm of a Tudor home. A new shower, toilet and pedestal sink were put in along with a new tile floor and subway tile wall. The windows were framed out with craftsman molding. The bathroom is not huge but it looks beautiful! The hallway between the bedrooms and bath received custom storage cabinetry. The bedrooms received the same custom craftsman window and door molding as the rest of the floor.
Here are the before photos so you can really see the transformation of this Denver Home Remodel