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Summit County, Colorado PARADEOF HOMES PRESENTED BY THE SUMMIT COUNTY BUILDERS ASSOCIATION 19THANNUAL2013 THE OFFICIAL GUIDE 10 a.m. to 5p.m. September 21-22 and 28-29 FOR TICKETS VISIT: SUMMITCOUNTYBUILDERS.ORG/PARADEOFHOMES ADMISSION PROCEEDS BENEFIT: PUBLISHED BY Welcome to inspired mountain living 970.668.3402 trusted With Your dreams since 1994 at apex mountain homes, We are passionate aBout setting the standard For excellence in custom home Building and renovation. Build with us. Build with us. BUILDER Magazine’s 2012 AMERICA’S BEST BUILDER 970.453.0727 STAY WITH US. Luxury Rentals & Property Management – Since 1978 970.453.9140 PARADE OF HOMES SUMMIT COUNTY, COLORADO BRECKENRIDGE 17 home 01* 112 N. FULLER PLACER ROAD TRILOGY PARTNERS, LLC 19 home 02 95 VICTORY LANE APEX MOUNTAIN HOMES, INC 21 home 03 392 GOLD KING WAY MOUNTAIN LOG HOMES OF COLORADO, INC 23 home 04* 131 WINDWOOD CIRCLE DEVIGNE DEVELOPING, INC 25 home 05 19 PEAK EIGHT COURT PINNACLE MOUNTAIN HOMES 27 home 06 184 CONTINENTAL COURT BRECK IRONWORKS home 07* 29 67 ROUNDS ROAD PINNACLE MOUNTAIN HOMES TICKET INFORMATION *Homes selling tickets Tickets are available at the City Markets in Breckenridge and Dillon and online at BLOG.SUMMITCOUNTYBUILDERS.ORG. Bank of the West is selling tickets at its branches in Breckenridge, Frisco and Silverthorne. For each ticket sold, Bank of the West will contribute an additional $2 to The Summit Foundation. Tickets can be exchanged for lanyards at any of the homes. 31 33 35 37 10 12 15 38 FRISCO home 08* 213 D FRISCO STREET RAPTOR CONSTRUCTION SILVERTHORNE home 09 129 FLYLINE DRIVE COMPASS HOMES DEVELOPMENT, LLC home 10* 1450 GOLDEN EAGLE GREG HESS CONTRACTING, INC KEYSTONE home 11* 36 THACKWELL LANE MCCREREY FINE HOMES, LLC ALSO INSIDE map locator How to get to our featured homes about the artist Meet cover photographer Dave Peterman committee letter About the SCBA business directory A reference guide to the professionals featured in this year’s Parade of Homes program SPONSORS OF THE 2013 SUMMIT COUNTY PARADE OF HOMES DIAMOND SPONSOR CORPORATE SPONSORS PROMOTIONAL PARTNERS Bank of the West City Market Mountain Living magazine Krystal 93 Summit Daily News Summit Ford CHARITABLE BENEFACTOR The Summit Foundation 4 MOUNTAIN LIVING SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION Summit County, Colorado parade oF hoMeS Presented by Summit County Builders association (SCBa) SCBa Board of directors PRESIDENT michael rath VICE PRESIDENT nancy Stone SECRETARY & TREASURER mary Patrick moorefield PAST PRESIDENT andrew Webster EXECUTIVE OFFICER Jane dvorak BOARD MEMBERS mark adolph, randy Barrientez, Jules deVigne, ryan Evanczyk, Gwenael Hagan, Clark Johnson, Joseph monroe, lynn myers, mark nunn, denny rogstad and Bonnie Smith Copyright 2013. all rights reserved. this publication is copyrighted by the Summit County Builders association (SCBa) in conjunction with Mountain Living magazine. no part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from SCBa and Mountain Living magazine. For more information, please contact: summit County builders AssoCiAtion (sCbA) P.o. Box 2245 619 main Street, Suite 4a Frisco, Co 80443 970.668.6013 970.668.6014 fax PUBLISHED BY MOUNTAINlIVINg.COM Mountain living Special advertiSing Section Lumber � Windows � Doors � Building Materials Boise Engineered Lumber � Trusses � Hardware � Paint FREE DELIVERY TO YOUR SITE PROFESSIONAL STAFF � PERSONAL SERVICE 970-453-2372 Fax 970-453-5483 13445 Hwy 9 | Breckenridge VISIT US ON FACEBOOK You’re finally building the home of your dreams. Choosing a construction lender is a very important part of making that dream come true. Bank of the West has experienced construction lenders, flexible loan options and the customer service you need. Bank of the West construction loans offer these advantages: � Variety of interest rate options, including fixed and � Guidance through the loan application process variable rates � Professional loan administration and payment processing � Flexible loan terms to meet your construction needs from start to finish Small and Medium Enterprise Construction Lending Mary Patrick Moorefield, Vice President | NMLS #475780 | 106 N. French St. | Breckenridge, CO 80424 | (970) 547-2047 Three Summit County locations to serve all your banking needs: Breckenridge - 106 North French St. | Frisco - 1000 North Summit Blvd. | Silverthorne - 264 Adams Ave. Equal Housing Lender. Member FDIC. © 2013 Bank of the West. Loans subject to credit approval. Certain fees and restrictions may apply. Quality Craftsmanship � Individuality � Reliability Personal, Professional Service Makes The Difference CUSTOM CABINETRY PO Box 222 � Leadville, CO 80461 | 866-486-0920 | SEE OUR CUSTOM CABINETRY WORK IN THESE PARADE HOMES #2 APEX MOUNTAIN HOMES, INC. 95 Victory Lane-Breckenridge #5 PINNACLE MOUNTAIN HOMES 19 Peak Eight Ct - Breckenridge #7 PINNACLE MOUNTAIN HOMES 67 Rounds Rd - Breckenridge #8 RAPTOR CONSTRUCTION 213 D Frisco St - Frisco #10 GREG HESS CONTRACTING 1450 Golden Eagle - Silverthorne Quality Craftsmanship � Individuality � Reliability Personal, Professional Service Makes The Difference CUSTOM CABINETRY PO Box 222 � Leadville, CO 80461 | 866-486-0920 | SEE OUR CUSTOM CABINETRY WORK IN THESE PARADE HOMES #2 APEX MOUNTAIN HOMES, INC. 95 Victory Lane-Breckenridge #5 PINNACLE MOUNTAIN HOMES 19 Peak Eight Ct - Breckenridge #7 PINNACLE MOUNTAIN HOMES 67 Rounds Rd - Breckenridge #8 RAPTOR CONSTRUCTION 213 D Frisco St - Frisco #10 GREG HESS CONTRACTING 1450 Golden Eagle - Silverthorne MAP LOCATOR r 2013 SUMMIT COUNTY PARADE OF HOMES C on tinen tal C our t Bank of the West 6 7 Fairview Blvd BRECKENRIDGEFRISCO 8 City BRECKENRIDGE Market 01* 112 N. FULLER PLACER ROAD 4 02 95 VICTORY LANE 5 03 392 GOLD KING WAY Carter D r. 04* 131 WINDWOOD CIRCLE 05 19 PEAK EIGHT COURT 06 1 184 CONTINENTAL COURT 07* 67 ROUNDS ROAD 2 FRISCO 08* 213 D FRISCO STREET Co Rd 778 *homes selling tickets 3 10 MOUNTAIN LIVING SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION silverthorne Parade eTiqueTTe to Make the parade of hoMeS experience enjoyable for you and other participantS, pleaSe keep the following guidelineS in Mind: 1. Please observe all parking signage and take care not to block neighboring driveways. 2. Please remove your shoes or wear the provided booties in each of the homes. 3. Please purchase your entry wristband at City Market or online prior to visiting the first home, and keep your entry wristband visible for the duration of the event. 4. Please no smoking, eating or drinking in the homes. 5. Please respect all furnishings, as they are private property. 10 6. Please respect off-limits area signage in these private homes. 7. Some homes will have a designated public bathroom. Please ask to be directed to an Stone Fly Dr. appropriate restroom before using the facilities. 8. Please monitor your children at all times. There are Flyline Dr. many fragile items in the residences, and homes 9 Spinner Pl keystone are not child-proofed. 9. Please ask permission before taking photos. There may be professional images of the home available to you online. We encourage you to ask questions of the people working at each home; they are there to offer information. You should find a variety of resources, including information on architects, builders, kitchen designers, interiors designers and more, in each of the homes. silverthorne 09 129 FlYline drive 10* 1450 GOlden eaGle 11 keystone 11* 36 THaCKWell lane *homes selling tickets Mountain living Special advertiSing Section 11 about tHe artiSt cover pHotograpHer dave peterMan The Parade of Homes program’s cover photo is a reflection of Quandary Peak in the beaver ponds at McCullough Gulch. Photography has been my avocation for almost twenty years and I especially enjoy capturing the beauty of Colorado and other western states in my photos. In addition to the cover of this magazine, my photos can be found in the coffee table book, Capture My Colorado, and the halls and offices of the Summit County Hospital. For my “real” job I am CFO and owner of a company that provides residential and other services to individuals with developmental disabilities and related conditions. Specialty Wood Products is a nationwide retail lumber yard selling building materials to general contractors, deck builders and homeowners. Our specialties include siding, decking, heavy timbers and SWISSPEARL®. Whatever your needs include—Cedar, Redwood, Doug Fir, Glulams, Custom Milling/Pre-Staining— we can help. Hyder Construction, Elk Camp Lodge Photo by Jeremy Swanson 800.760.8484 Mountain living Special advertiSing Section Mountain Architects & Designers of the west lyNN myers InTErIOr DESIgnEr mAKe A DecorAtING preDIctIoN�a good way to stay sane amid the trend forecasts is to think about how each forecasted trend resonates with your own life. If it doesn’t reflect you, don’t follow the masses. harMony interiors, LLC. customers come to you for...a design concept that will suit them perfectly, address all of their functional requirements and be aesthetically pleasing. From elegant sophistication to aesthetic simplicity—we create spaces just the way the client wants it. It’s more than just furnishings and accents: it’s creating energy that refreshes and renews the space. your DesIGN phIlosophy Is�To design a space that enhances human lives, you need to focus on a range of details including color, personality, culture, furniture placement and scale. Each of these help transform a personal environment, creating harmony, balance and a natural flow of energy through the space. your style Is INflueNceD By�Feng Shui and its five natural elements�. metal, water, wood, fire and earth. Each one of these elements represents a shape, color and a season and can be found in the doors, walls, architectural features, furniture and accessories of your home. All these elements must be in balance in order to have good energy flow and a healthy home. eVery home shoulD hAVe�Positive energy through Feng Shui. Feng Shui can influence the way a person feels when they enter your home. As a Certified Practitioner of Intuitive Feng Shui, I help create a home that embraces my clients with a sense of comfort, beauty, style and inspiration. Though no one will probably notice they’ve consciously applied the concept, they will probably notice how calm and peaceful they feel in their environment. There’s an overall sense of balance and harmony, and the end result is an increased feeling of serenity. shAre WIth us oNe of your Go-to DesIGN resources�Denver Design District. It is like walking through the pages of a luxury interior design magazine. They have an unprecedented selection of the finest home furnishings most of which will never be seen in any retail store. Opportunities to customize and create are limited only by the imagination. 120 N 7th Ave, UNit A., Frisco, co 80443 p: 970.668.0291 Mountain Living speCiaL advertising seCtion 13 14 Mountain living Special advertiSing Section coMMittee letter froM the SuMMit county builderS aSSociation 2013 Summit County Parade of HomeS Committee Front row left to right: Kelly Sanders, Pinnacle Mountain Homes; Peggy Smith, Mountain log Homes of Colorado; Jane Dvorak, SCBA Executive Officer; lynn Myers, Harmony Interiors & Committee Chair; Elisabeth lawrence, The Summit Foundation Back row left to right linda Miller, Aspen Grove Kitchen & Bath; Beth Thompson, Inside Source; Melinda Fleming, Trilogy Partners Not pictured: Michael Rath, Trilogy Partners and SCBA President; Asa Nimityongskul, Pinnacle Mountain Homes; Don Wright, Bank of the West; Todd Andrews, Bank of the West; Elyse Cudacoff, Design One Interiors; Heather Jarski, Mountain Comfort Furnishings; Jamie Froyd, Mountain Living Magazine; Cyndi Hochberg, Mountain Living Magazine Welcome to the 19th annual Summit County Parade of Homes, proudly hosted by The Summit County Builders Association. We are pleased this year to offer an elite selection of 11 homes, including new construction and remodels that have been given an extensive makeover. After several challenging years, the building bug is starting to hit Summit County again. Now is a great time to get out and see what’s on the horizon in new construction. As part of the SCBA’s ongoing commitment to give back to the community, all proceeds from ticket sales for the Parade of Homes will be donated to The Summit Foundation, our area’s version of the United Way that supports many causes throughout the county. Tickets are available at City Market for $15 and online at Children under the age of 18 receive free admittance. Those buying tickets online may also enroll for a free subscription to Mountain Living magazine. Tickets also are available for sale at Summit County branches of Bank of the West, which will donate an additional $2 to The Summit Foundation for each ticket sold. Tickets may be exchanged at any of the homes for a passport lanyards that can be shown upon arrival at any of the homes. As an added perk this year, Parade attendees can also take advantage of several package deals we’ve put together in collaboration with the Breckenridge Film Festival during the first weekend for home and movie viewing. Please visit for additional information and specifics. Preparation for each year’s Parade of Homes lasts is a year-long effort that requires the input of committee members, board members, volunteers and community supporters. Our sincere thanks to our sponsors, Breckenridge Building Center, Bank of the West, Cutting Edge Woodworking, Summit Association of Realtors, Specialty Wood Products and Fazendin Brothers Colorado Inc. We also appreciate the contributions made by you, our guests and visitors. We appreciate your dedication and participation, and we hope you get some great ideas for your own dream home in the beautiful mountains of Summit County. Please enjoy this year’s Parade of Homes! lyNN MyERS, CHAIR Mountain living Special advertiSing Section 15 2013 SuMMit couNty Parade oF hoMeS home 01 BUILDER Trilogy ParTners, llC 112 N. Fuller Placer road BreckeNridge after Before description Born in 1982 as a two-bed, two-bath plus three- bed, two-bath modular duplex (delivered by truck as four prebuilt modules) this property has been totally transformed into a contemporary 5,500 square foot dwelling by the design and build team at Trilogy Partners. When the owners first approached Trilogy Partners, their aspirations for this aging property were rather conservative. Maybe a fresh coat of paint and some new fixtures. After all, anything more than that would be extremely difficult, maybe impossible, given the property’s location on a steep bank high above the road. After meeting with the Trilogy team, a new plan began to take shape as Trilogy encouraged the owners to focus on wishes rather than obstacles. Once the concept was in place Trilogy engaged Matthew Stais Architects. As the architects worked on pulling the wish list into an architectural design that made practical and esthetic sense, Trilogy Design paced them by creating a three dimensional virtual model so that the owners would be able to “experience” their home and make completely informed design decisions many months before construction began. The Trilogy process, and the model, created a seamless bridge between architectural and interior design so that form and function, both structural and esthetic, emerged together to become one. The owners could see it, experience it, explore it. Now, that once humble duplex had morphed into a 3,300 square foot primary residence with a two car garage, a wonderful open living plan with tremendous western views and exposures. The secondary unit became a smaller 2,200 square foot showpiece with equally enormous views, its own garage and entry. The owners were happy. They loved their new home. The obstacles had been overcome. The Trilogy-Stais design team process had left nothing to chance. Now it was time to build. HigHligHts � 5,551 square feet, 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms � Optimized floor plans/Designer Furnishings � Spectacular Sandstone Fireplace � Bold and original granite and tile features � Reclaimed hardwood floor � Locally sourced custom cabinets � Mountain contemporary with aged-effect timbers and siding � Spectacular views directions From Frisco follow Highway 9 South to the south end of Breckenridge. Turn left onto Boreas Pass Road and proceed for 2 miles. Turn left onto Baldy Road and proceed for approximately 1.2 miles to North Fuller Placer Road. Turn left on North Fuller Placer Road, the home is 4th driveway on the right. sponsors A Discount Flooring AG Masonry Altitude Garage Door Bank of the West Barn Owl Woodworking Bohemia Tile Colorado Custom Wood Floors Greer’s Appliance Gregory Door and Window Grizzly Plumbing Matthew Stais Architects Pella Windows Specialty Woods T. Scholl Fine Woodworks Triangle Electric vendors Builder/Design/3-d Virtual Modeling Trilogy Partners, LLC 970.453.2230 Architect Matthew Stais Architects 970.453.0444 Interior Designer/Kitchen Designer Trilogy Partners, LLC 970.453.2230 contacts Trilogy Partners, LLC 233 S. Ridge Street, Unit C Breckenridge, CO 80424 970.453.2230 MouNtaiN liviNg SPecial advertiSiNg SectioN 17 Apex Mountain Homes wishes to extend their sincere appreciation to the sponsors of Victory Revival. These organizations have contributed their skills, knowledge and expertise to make this luxury mountain home into a majestic dwelling. We could not have done it without your efforts, and we thank you. AICHHOLZ EXCAVATION ALL FLOORING ALTITUDE GARAGE DOOR BUFFALO MOUNTAIN BUILDERS COMFORT BY KODIAK CUTTING EDGE WOODWORKING FIRST BANK GRANITE AND MARBLE DESIGNS GREERS APPLIANCE CENTER GUTHRIE ELECTRIC HARMONY INTERIORS, LLC I FURNISH INSIDE SOURCE LEBARON CONTRACTING, INC. MARTY FRANK/BRECKENRIDGE ASSOCIATES MAXIMUM COMFORT POOL AND SPA MORE SPACE PLACE MORNING STAR ELEVATOR PELLA WINDOWS AND DOORS PLUMB PERFECT, PLUMBING AND HEATING, LLC ROLANDO GONZALES MASONRY SHEPLER ARCHITECTURE MARTZ SUPPLY SUN MOUNTAIN, INC. VANTIA HARDWOODS D.I.A.N.A., INC. WESTERN STATES FIRE PROTECTION ZONI CONCRETE 2013 SUMMIT COUNTY PARADE OF HOMES home 02 BUILDER APEX MOUNTAIN HOMES, INC 95 VICTORY LANE BRECKENRIDGE DESCRIPTION High above the town of Breckenridge, situated in the old growth forest of Warriors Preserve, stands a home as majestic as the Bald Mountain Peak it overlooks. As Boreas Pass beckons, this home answers with an architectural feel right out of the glory days of the Denver, South Park and Pacific Railroad that frequented this area 75 years ago. Featuring massive log columns, native stone footings, weathered siding, and rusty metal roofing, this home blends into the surrounding mountainside as if it has been there since historic times. Awakened from its dormancy in 2013 by Apex Mountain Homes, the Victory Revival reveals its singular character the moment you step foot inside the front door. No longer in the days of old, this interior boasts the clean lines, sleek finishes, and modern technology of the 21st century. This home’s renewed life shouts “big city” in the middle of small town Colorado. This large luxury home effectively retains intimacy while allowing family and guests to spread out. The contemporary granite-wrapped kitchen island sits amidst custom cabinetry and the newest commercial-grade, stainless steel appliances, with eye-popping views of Baldy just over your shoulder. Custom wire-brushed wood floors connect the spacious great room with the action and life of the party in the kitchen, the fun of the rec room on the lower level, or the seclusion of the sitting area of the loft. Each master suite has its own fireplace and spa-like bathroom retreat, equipped with a steam shower and custom soaking tub. Well-insulated walls and high-efficiency windows are among the energy-efficient features that are in harmony with the Summit Sustainable Building Code. “Built tight and ventilated right” comes to mind when experiencing the fresh mountain air brought in by the ventilation system, and nothing speaks toasty better than the warmth of efficient in-floor heat. Discover all that Summit County has to offer during the parade, and then come experience the superbly conceived elegance of this Apex Mountain Homes Revival on Victory Lane. HIGHLIGHTS � More than 6,000 square feet of living space � Oversized garage with in floor heat � Walk to the ski slopes � Unsurpassed views of Boreas Pass and Bald Mountain � Custom cabinetry � Masonry, timbers and logs � Three floor elevator � Multiple fi replaces � The latest in contemporary interior design � Advanced air sealing and insulation package � Indoor air quality ventilation system DIRECTIONS Proceed south out of Breckenridge and turn right onto Broken Lance Drive. Proceed one block and turn left at the stop sign onto Broken Lance Drive. Proceed to second intersection and turn right again onto Broken Lance Drive. Turn right onto Victory Lane and the home will be on your left. SPONSORS Aichholz Excavation All Flooring Altitude Garage Door Buffalo Mountain Builders Comfort by Kodiak Cutting Edge Woodworking D.I.A.N.A., Inc. First Bank Granite and Marble Designs Greers Appliance Center Guthrie Electric Harmony Interiors, LLC i Furnish Inside Source LeBaron Contracting, Inc. Marty Frank/Breckenridge Associates Martz Supply Maximum Comfort Pool and Spa More SPACE Place Morning Star Elevator Pella Windows and Doors Plumb Perfect, Plumbing and Heating, LLC Rolando Gonzales Masonry Shepler Architecture Sun Mountain, Inc. Vantia Hardwoods Western States Fire Protection Zoni Concrete VENDORS AND CONTACTS Realtor Breckenridge Associates Real Estate Marty Frank 970.389.5068 Interior Designer Harmony Interiors, LLC Lynn Myers 970.668.0291 Architect Shepler Architecture Barbara Shepler 303.215.9202 Custom Home Builder Apex Mountain Homes, Inc. Cla