Stauffer & Sons Construction built a custom home for Neil and Barbara Bruce in Woodland Park, Colo., back in 2011. It’s been about five years since we built it, so we decided it was time to drop by for a visit and see how they still liked their home having lived in it for a few years.
The home itself is a beautiful 3,800 square foot, three-story southwestern-influenced home designed by Langley Architects and is tucked away on a hill on the western side of the town, with a phenomenal view of Pikes Peak. Continue reading “The Dancing Fox Lodge in Woodland Park”
Ken & Kris Rose have lived in the Parkside neighborhood in Colorado Springs since 1986 when the subdivision was still brand new. Ken remembers what the neighborhood looked like back then: “There were probably 40 homes completed, and we bought the house furthest south at the time, so we had this tremendous view of the city… though we didn’t know they were going to build a bunch of houses below us and fill up our view with more homes,” he laughs. Kris also recalls the quieter days of the past: “The only thing up here back then was the Flying W Ranch. Continue reading “Waldo Canyon Fire Survivors: Ken & Kris Rose”
Jerry & Tina Pati lived in the Parkside neighborhood in Colorado Springs for over 26 years when the tragic Waldo Canyon fire destroyed their home in June of 2012. Continue reading “Waldo Canyon Fire Survivors: Jerry & Tina Pati”