This was a big job with fantastic results! The client asked Milestone to remodel the entire house and build a new, 1800-square-foot two-story addition (900 square feet of living space on each level) that required the demolition of a previous add-on before new construction could begin. We worked with the client's architect to ensure that new and old played well together in this circa-1890 Victorian. Special features included authentic, labor-intensive detailing and a brand-new landscape/hardscape. The new chimney was built from salvaged bricks, saving money and lending continuity to the home.
We built an addition onto this mountain home to create additional space for a new kitchen and dining area. To ensure a cohesive feel, we mirrored the house's existing style and added gable windows, a sliding door, and a tongue and groove ceiling with cedar faux rafters to complete the look.
Up, up, up it goes! Miles served as lead carpenter for new construction of this post and beam house. We are still very proud of the craftsmanship and quality.