This remodel and addition is a two phase project consisting of a major remodel and addition on the main house and a new pool and cabana separate from the main structure.
The living and dining room area of the main house have been expanded and a wet bar added to the dining area. A new media room was also created. The roof over living and dining was lifted up and simplified by having a center ridge beam that ties the whole area together. The higher roof also enables more light to enter the room by adding windows up high on the south side and nice tall windows on either side of new fireplace. By moving the fireplace to the center of the north wall were it lines up with the ridge and simplifying the space both living and dining areas are more coherent and functional. Large sliding glass wall opens the south side of the living and dining up to the back yard entertaining area.
The pool and cabana are both completely new construction on a previously underutilized part of the property. This is the ultimate entertaining area complete with pool area, fire pit, covered dining area, large barbeque, extensive outdoor decks and for the rainy days enclosed pool cabana with wet bar and bathroom. The new pool and cabana are tucked into existing forest of mature aspen and spruce trees that provide both shelter and privacy.
Pool and Cabana. Large folding glass wall is open.
Pool Cabana with fire pit in the foreground.
Fire pit area with the pool in the background.
Inside of Pool Cabana. Two walls are full glass, with one of them a folding glass wall, that opens to the dining porch and pool.
Folding glass wall open. Doors will slide to either side.
The dining area seats 10 people comfortably under a porch roof.
This is a great place to entertain both during the day and evening.
When the temperature drops the fire-pit is a perfect place to gather around.
New living room looking north towards the new fireplace existing kitchen on the right.
Close up of new fireplace.
Living room south facing sliding wall and wet bar. Sliding glass wall panels disappear into pockets on either side completely opening the wall to the outside.