Cherry Hills Village Residence
Olde English Masonry crews clad this two-story residence in Indiana limestone, with coordinating rock-face window headers and sills. Masons also installed limestone patios, planters and piers at the entryway of the home. Olde English Masonry contracted directly with the owners of the property. Jeselnick Architecture, PC, of Denver designed the project.
The Next West House
429 Spruce St., Boulder, CO
With technologies ranging from a grey-water system to LED lighting, the Next West House was designed to optimize energy efficiency. Olde English Masonry installed a brick veneer of recycled brick and natural stone window sills. The home, built in 2008, was the first LEED Platinum zero-carbon house in the country. Masons worked under general contractor Hughes Construction Co. of Boulder. The residence was designed by Jim Logan Architects for homeowner Bruce Oreck.
- University Hill Residence
850 8th St., Boulder, CO
Olde English Masonry installed the brick veneer to this University Hill home. Crews also built a brick wainscot on the detatched garage, along with a new front entryway, back patio, fireplace and barbecue. The company worked directly with the owner of the home to coordinate work on the project, completed in 2008.
3830 19th St., Boulder
Olde English Masonry installed the brick veneer to this new home in the city of Boulder. Classic Construction of Boulder was the general contractor.
2207 Sunshine Canyon Dr., Boulder
Our masons installed a stone wainscot to an addition to this home, and added a stone surround to an interior fireplace. The general contractor for this project was Melton Construction of Boulder.