Facebook Twitter Pinterest Instagram Houzz LinkedIn HubSpot Blog

Private Residence

Location: The Cliffs at Mountain Park

A clever balance of contemporary design with mountain setting creates an amazing home. Exterior materials and earth tone colors mix well with clean and contemporary. Cable-rail, anodized aluminum windows, zinc accents, and exposed steel framing accentuate the contemporary character of the home. A relaxing and comfortable color palette of slates, grays, and beige provide a backdrop for small accents of pattern while warm, dark furniture finishes complement the clean interior.

Green features such as high-efficiency geothermal heat pump, low-e aluminum clad windows, water-efficient features, and phantom screening position the home for the LEED for Homes Gold rating the homeowners are seeking.

4,513 heated square feet with three bedrooms and three and one-half baths
Materials of note

Architect: Johnston Design Group (David Anderssen) | Builder: Tutman Group

Materials of Note:

Interior Materials: Reclaimed oak flooring stained to a warm, dark brown; Stained concrete, natural stone, wood, Ceasarstone, and 3-form countertops; aged, brushed, and polished silver lighting and plumbing finishes; natural stone and ceramic tile by Walker Zanger, Rex Ceramiche, Jeffery Court, Medici Mosaics, and Crossville Tile; timber-framed interior public spaces with timber and steel trusses and a T&G ceiling; reclaimed oak loft flooring (exposed in the ceiling of the dining room); master bathroom features wood flooring (consistent with the rest of the house) and Chenille White marble countertops and shower

Green Features: Low-E aluminum clad Windows; future PV array preparations; future solar thermal water heating preparations; phantom screening; high-efficiency geothermal heat pump; Low-VOC interior paints and finishes; water-efficient fixtures; environmentally preferable product cabinet material; Energy Star appliances and fans; native plant & wildlife habitat
 
Exterior Materials: Vertical tongue and groove cedar siding finished with a clear, heartwood stain; stained board formed concrete; pre-weathered zinc detailing; cedar heavy timber detailing finished to match the cedar siding; exposed steel detailing painted in a dark, slate color; standing seam metal roof zinc; granite boulder walls; concrete, zinc, and cedar fireplace; Pennsylvania blue cut flagstone flooring surfaces