This absolutely stunning Mid-Century Modern home was first built in 1962 by famous Architect Ron Molen in Salt Lake City, UT. After 50+ years of existence, the home was tired.. some might have even said it was in near disrepair. That is, until local property developers Cody Chamberlain Founder of D3CADE Homes Co. and Jake Halpin of Halpin Investments got their hands on it!
This dedicated team began by removing a pitched roof that had been added in the late 90's. A true shame to the architecture that was so timeless when it was first built. Once completed, the finished product achieved the desired result, the sleek flat roof elevation you see above. Exactly how it was in 1962. They removed all of the windows and replaced them with double-pane sheet glass, individually hand framed in, just as Ron did in the 60's! Every single detail was thought out on this one. Every major component was replaced (plumbing, electrical, flooring, tile, fixtures, cabinets, etc) but was redesigned to feel like the original statement home it once was.
Renovation designer Victoria Chamberlain took it to the next level with her design selections, sourcing the best looking materials to fit the throw-back "Mad Men" feel that the home once had. She spent timeless hours sourcing materials that would do the home justice. Tile imported from Japan? It has it. Amber glass light fixtures resembling the 60's flair? It has that too..
From a speak-easy inspired hidden wet bar to the countertop, direct built-in PITT cooking system - all was thought out start to finish by this dedicated team! The photos do the property justice.. Try not to drool to much over them!
*Staging Furniture compliments of Incredible Dwellings SLC
Curb appeal = A pitched roof was added during the late 90's. The roof was removed/restored back to flat during the renovations.
It's all about the angles. This exterior angle speaks for itself..
Concrete suspended deck and wow, can you say windows?
Are we on the inside? Or the outside?
Loving the view of the front door through the back of the house!
Entry Goals... Original Rock walls pass through into the interior entryway. A restored vertical cedar privacy wall sets this curb appeal on FIRE!
Book-matched walnut cabinetry with integrated handles.. Waterfall quartz counters put the final touch on this stunning look!
PITT cooking system built directly into the countertop stone..
Entryway = bringing the inside out with passthrough floor to ceiling windows
Master shower flair? Oh ya..
These throwback colored windows were preserved and a freestanding tub was positioned perfectly in front of them!
The perfect positioning of windows makes this master bedroom light and inviting
Throw it back - Green tiles imported from Japan!
MASSIVE basement fireplace upgraded to crushed glass gas burner system
Preserved but re-built stairway with atrium-style space below
Do you see it?
Now you do.. Speak-easy inspired hidden bar!
Hidden door goals!
Wet bar hidden in the basement, ready for some fun!
Post and beam architecture at its finest
- Ron Molen
- Victoria Chamberlain
- D3CADE Homes Co. / Halpin Investments
- Colton Marsala