Hilltop Tudor

This exquisite 1928 Tudor Revival in Hilltop received an inappropriate mansard-roofed addition in the early ’80s. In looking for a way to add more space for a new master suite, we settled on adding a second story to the addition, while repeating authentic details in brickwork and half timbering from the front elevation.

Photos attached: before and after exterior, and after bath (there was no before, as this is all new space)

A new “old” bath in an addition to a 1928 Tudor revival home picked up cues from the period in the custom cabinetwork, while repeating the steep roof pitch of the main home and its dormers. Twin skylights help bring natural light into this north side bathroom

As a volunteer Architect for Habitat for Humanity (Metro Denver) ..Doug’s designs bring the highest level of architectural style and quality to a type of housing that is all too often shrugged off as being “good enough for poor people”… Doug has always insisted, both in his work and in discussions with other Habitat supporters, that affordable housing does not need to look cheap or poorly designed.
— Andy B, Habitat Metro Denver