This month’s featured home draws curbside attention with its large banks of windows and sweeping front balcony, where it’s easy to envision enjoying a relaxing beverage at the end of a long day.
A cheerful shade of paint, Sherwin Williams Rookwood Terra Cotta, greets visitors at the front door, complimented by siding finished in mellow Threshold Taupe.
Situated on the lot as a reverse walk-out, the home’s lower level features an owner’s entry from the garage, with a bench and built-in cubbies.
Additionally, the lower level features a spacious bedroom with ensuite bath, a powder bath, and a large rec room with an over-sized wet bar.
Brick wall treatment at the back of the wet bar, along with an artful combination of metal and glass pendant and sconce lighting, spark a unique industrial energy.
Meanwhile, back by the entrance to the home, a gracious foyer flooded with natural light highlights the beauty of wood-clad stairs with white painted risers and a richly-stained newel cap.
Follow the chicly lit staircase to the top, where rustic brick meets lustrous shiplap in pleasing harmony.
The primary retreat on the upper level of this home offers respite from worries of the day with a calming gas fireplace.
Sliding patio doors open onto a large side deck, perfect for enjoying a morning cup of coffee.
The primary bath—in calming creamy whites and rich bronze—features wood-like tile plank flooring and shiplap wall treatment.
Enjoy a luxuriant spray in the over-sized shower or a pampering soak in the free-standing tub.
The drama of rich white cabinetry is heightened by the contrasting bronze hardware, plumbing, and light fixtures, as well as the rich cocoa tones in the slab quartz counter top.
Enter the kitchen, where rich monochromatic hues continue to flow. Rope lighting on the cabinet uppers casts an inviting glow in the room.
The traditional island pairs well with less traditional, more casual style elements, such as the lighting, apron sink, brickwork, and shiplap.
The great room gas fireplace provides a great gathering spot on chilly days and nights.
Views from the kitchen and great room stretch for miles, and living space extends outdoors onto balconies at either end of the home.
Spend evenings on the back porch or on the lawn, . . .
. . . and don’t forget to take time to enjoy the view!
Whether you like mountain or city views, two-stories or ranch homes, Sheffield has a plan that can work for you. Or, if you prefer to go the custom route, work with our architect and design a home that’s uniquely yours. With nearly 50 years’ experience in residential construction in the Denver metro area, Sheffield has the experience, expertise, and trade relationships to build your forever home. Call us today: 303-420-0056.