Indian Brush Trail
Our 2005 Summit County Parade of Homes entry won the award for Best Custom Home Value. We at Kodiak Enterprises are very proud of this distinction. Construction of this second custom home for the Palazzari family commenced September 1, 2004. This hillside residence steps gently upward from the street to the National Forest above, specifically the Eagle's Nest Wilderness Area. Leaning timber posts and vertical columns and pilasters are an appropriate metaphor to the forest beyond. With a living area of 3350 square feet, and a garage of 650 square feet, this large home is being constructed for a comparably smaller budget than typical for the neighborhood. Well planned, this home features rough sawn Douglas Fir timber exterior accents, rough-sawn cedar siding, in-floor radiant heat, and cultured stone masonry. Fine finishes include porcelain tile, knotty alder doors and trim, cherry and knotty alder cabinetry, hickory wood floors, slate floors, oil-rubbed bronze fixtures and hardware, and granite slab countertops. Other upgrades include April Aire whole house humidification, computer networking, and a monitored security system.
- Client: Michael and Kathleen Burman
- Position: General Contractor
- Location: Hamilton Creek, Silverthorne, Summit County, CO
Few things display more satisfaction than a repeat customer. The Burmans requested a master bedroom addition to their home that Kodiak built in 1996, the first produced by Kodiak Enterprises Inc. acting alone. The 576 square foot addition was of matching log construction, with a large deck in front. The master bathroom incorporated custom designed cabinetry and a steam shower. The original construction was also updated, with the former master bedroom becoming an ante-room for the new master bedroom. A loft was added for an additional sleeping area. Tile was replaced. Countertops were replaced with granite slab, and much, much more. The remodel and addition transformed the Burman’s mountain getaway into a full time luxury residence.