Custom Remodel Transforms 1960’s Ranch

We’re excited to share with you that the cover of the January/February issue of Colorado Homes & Lifestyles features a KGA designed remodel! Located on a large lot in an established neighborhood near sought after schools, the homeowners fell in love with the property’s large trees and mature landscaping, but knew that the existing 1960’s home needed a fresh new look and floor plan.

The original house had 8’ ceilings, a low pitched roof, and a chopped up floor plan with numerous small rooms. The goal was to maintain the original brick structure and create a family home for today’s lifestyle, with an open floor plan and plenty of space for entertaining. Removing interior walls from the kitchen/dining/living area opened up the floor plan, and replacing the old roof with a new, higher pitched roof raised the ceilings while allowing the space to be flooded with light from the wall of windows that was added along the back of the home. Dormers were added to the new roof and the original brick structure was painted white, completely refreshing the home’s elevation.

The largest addition of square footage was added to the master bedroom. The existing master was essentially turned into a walk-in closet, and approximately 900 square feet was added to the back of the home to accommodate the new master suite.

Remodeled ranch home
AFTER: Dormers were added to the new higher pitched roof and the original brick structure was painted white, completely refreshing the home’s elevation.

See more great before and after pictures and read the article on Colorado Homes & Lifestyles’ website here.