Designed by Chad Mitchell, Principal at Meridian 105 Architecture, this Residence is Known as the Shift-Top House. Originally a 1940’s Bungalow, Chad and the Homeowners Re-Created and Added onto the Existing Structure Creating a Dramatic Architectural Abode.
Tricky Zoning & Building Codes Created Challenges – By Shifting the Addition of 2 Stories on top of the Existing Structure, the Bulk Plane Requirements and Set Backs were Satisfied by the City.
The Central Architectural Element is the Dramatic Floating Staircase. Soaring Three Stories it is Naturally Light Filled. The Entry Boasts a Wood Plank Colonnade that Screens the Kitchen and Adds Architectural Flair.
Exposed Original Brick, Reclaimed Wood and Stone Walls add Texture and Character.
- Hardwood Floors Throughout
- Exposed Brick
- Dramatic Open Wood Staircase
- Open Steel Railings
- Reclaimed Wood Accents
- Museum Grade Drywall
- Designer Lighting Throughout
- Outdoor Fireplace
- Covered Patio
- Hybrid Insulation
- Evaporative Cooling
- Outdoor Kitchen
The Open Kitchen is Modern, Multi-Functional and Design Driven. A Neutral Palette of Whites Enhance the Richly Stained Oak Floors.
- Slab Quartz Countertops
- Stainless Steel Appliances
- European Style Custom Cabinetry
- Countertop Seating
Upstairs on the Second Floor there are 3 Bedrooms. The Master Suite has a Reclaimed Wood Ceiling, Luxury Spa Bath & Wet Room.
- Reclaimed Wood Ceiling
- Walk-In Closet
- Wet Room Shower and Soaking Tub
- 2 Sink Vanity and Make-Up Bar
The Third Floor Features a Bonus Room/Gym/Bedroom with a Bathroom. The Walk-Out on the Roof Top Deck is Spectacular with Amazing City Views.
- Flex Space
- 3/4 Bath
- Roof Top Deck
- Dramatic Views of Downtown and Lohi
Located in LoHi, Denver’s Hip Coveted Neighborhood. A Walk Score of a Zillion – Every HOT New Restaurant, Bar and Cafe is within Walking Distance. A Quick Bike Ride/Walk to Downtown.
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