Missoula, Montana

At first glance, this 1939 Spanish Revival home appears as though it has always existed on its quiet tree lined street. Upon closer inspection, a crispness of modern detailing is perceived. In fact, a surgical intervention has taken place with contrasting objectives: to maintain the home’s historic façade and relationship within its long-established neighborhood, while rejuvenating its inner functions and spirit to fit the needs of modern family life.

On the light-filled main level, the rooms flow one to the next, with level changes highlighting the transitions between spaces. Adding large windows and doors to the kitchen and dining room opened up a side of the house previously disconnected from the backyard.

Photo credit: Roger Wade Photography

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