Every lovely old neighborhood has an eyesore, and this 1926 Denver home had been sufficiently neglected and insensitively expanded to fit the bill.
Broad overhanging eaves and tile roof complement the Mediterranean style. Picture and ganged windows gave way to classic pairs.
The only added square footage was a small sunroom. As seen from the side, the home's mass is more human-scale, thanks to roofs that "layer" the fa??ade.
A new pergola shades the back patio. A bracketed overhang was added to the existing attached garden shed to enliven the fa??ade.