Conversion of 1934 Colonial

Project Details:

  • Crawlspace conversion completed during a major renovation
  • Completed all excavation, concrete and structural reinforcement
  • Connected several spaces to create a full basement
  • Provided room for a new home office, gym, bathroom and storage

Major Renovation of 1934 Colonial

Located in the Denver Country Club Historic District, this beautiful home was expanded multiple times over the past 75 years. The end result was a disjointed layout and mixed-up architecture. This prompted the homeowner to undertake a major renovation. In the planning stage, several options were considered to further expand their living space. However, the home was nearing the maximum allowable lot coverage.

Ted Tapparo and Crawlspaces 2 Basements were selected to complete the necessary demolition, excavation and structural concrete. They also provided a unique solution to expand the family’s living space, by converting several existing crawlspaces to create a valuable full basement beneath this historic home.

Crawlspaces 2 Basements provided the family with 845 sf of new living space for an executive home office, a personal gym with private bathroom and plenty of storage space. This dramatic renovation will be finished in Fall 2010.