Located in the heart of the historic University District of Missoula, this classic 1922 bungalow had a perfect first floor layout and a second floor full of opportunity. The project was thought of as a ‘reclamation” project as it claimed square footage found in inaccessible attics on the second floor of the home. Full width of the house dormers captured all the square footage of the home’s footprint, creating a contained family suite on the second floor. The addition of a breakfast nook was the only change to the first floor.
2012- Missoula Magazine (Spring) and Missoulian (March 4)
2011- Fine Homebuilding HOUSES 2011 Remodel of the Year (Summer Special Edition)
2011- Montana Arts Council “State of the Arts” (July/August)
2011- Fine Homebuilding HOUSES 2011 Remodel of the Year
2011- Missoula Historic Preservation Award Residential – New Construction & Compatible Addition (for house and garage)
Photo credit: AFTER photographs by Chuck Miller, Fine Homebuilding @2011, The Taunton Press, Inc. http://www.taunton.com/thetauntonpress/copyright.asp