Remodel

This one-story country home was originally designed by Los Angeles architect Gerald Colcord in the mid-1930's incorporating country stone and rustic woodwork. This project was done in two phases: the first was constructing a full second story and a complete first story remodel with screening room. The second phase was the dining room and service bedrooms.

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The stonework in the foreground is a Fort Hill addition incorporating the original Colcord style of stonework and design. Landscaping by Bryan Spangle.

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The master bedroom was greatly increased in size from the original, incorporating the attic into an open antique truss beam system.

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From the inside looking toward the windows shown in the photo above, the dining room extension added approximately 12 feet.

PROJECT DETAILS

DURATION

Phase I - 12 Months

Phase II - 5 Months

SIZE

8800 Square Feet

PERSONNEL

DESIGNER

David James

SUPERVISOR

Mark Spector

WOODWORK, CABINETRY, AND STONE WORK

Fort Hill Construction

PROJECTION ENGINEER

Lee Anderson

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