Westcliffe Portfolio

The Westcliffe was a very complex timber frame renovation and addition to a Colorado ranch house.  No little stagecoach road house this: the home is announced by a huge arched timber porte-cochere at its entrance. Its many large decks and patios give views out over the rolling hills and grass prairie of the surrounding ranch lands.  The timber frame was built on an oversized scale to suit the grandeur of the home and its surrounding landscape, and incorporates much decorative and structural iron work.  Most of the ground floor is open to magnificent timbered cathedral ceilings. Many floor to ceiling windows in the public rooms flood the home with natural light, which shows off the owners large collections of art and curios. The timber on the exterior of this stunning home is set off with a facade of natural local stone.

Distinguishing features of the Westcliffe floor plan include:

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