We’re done. Well, you’re never done done. But, we put some finishing touches on the remodel and we’re ready to go public. The pictures that follow were taken over the Thanksgiving 2016 break. The entire process, for me, was particularly rewarding, given that I purchased this condo 26 years ago.
Living Room from Loft
We’re getting there. These are pictures from over the last month, as we move ever closer to putting down some furniture and spending the night. We’ve had some fun with wallpaper, wood stain and paint colors. The new windows look amazing. The counters look terrific, and we’re loving the tile back-splash for the kitchen stove and hood. Check out some of the progress:
Kitchen progress including new cabinets.
New windows and slider.
Counter is in.
Looking out from the kitchen.
Master bedroom shaping into form
New stain on the stair panels
Wallpaper in loft
Lights, wallpaper, mirror for guest vanity
Doors in and looking good
Uniform paint on the beams and loft (Dragon’s Breath)
Kitchen view with tile getting installed
New washer and dryer in the utility room and new hallway light fixture added
Utility room with tankless water heater
Kitchen progress, with new fridge and stove
The original phase of the Bridgepoint Condos were built in 1978. Other than a couple of adjustments over the years (a new water heater, a new dishwasher, some new paint), the condo looks like its worn and dated 1970’s style and construction. It has served its tenants well, but after 38 years, it’s time to give this place a makeover.
Loft & Kitchen
I met Tor Jensen back in the early 90’s. His older sister, Kristy, was my roommate and a great friend. After buying Bridgepoint #4, Tor actually lived in the condo for a period of time, and began his career in construction and project management. So, when it came time to redo #4, I hunted down Tor, who still lives in Hailey with his wife Liv, and two daughters. Tor is now a Project Manager for Lee Gilman Builders, one of the valley’s most respected and successful contractors.
Tor brought in Lily Corrock, a native of the Wood River Valley, to help us with administration of the project. Lily has been instrumental in both planning and design. The entire project has been managed and constructed without our presence, and Lily has contributed greatly to our decision-making.