The Summit County Builders Association proudly hosts the 2018 Summit County Parade of Homes , which raises the bar on mountain home construction. This year's entries include custom homes, mountain modern homes, renovated cabins, and more. Home #10: 35 Hermit Drive This striking home is artfully placed on a lot that posed many challenges.
Photos courtesy of the Summit County Builders Association Forget everything you know about typical mountain home design and kitschy mountain resort style. The winners of the 2018 Summit County Parade of Homes represent rustic elegance and so much more.
Photo by Paul Dyer Kitchens that are as beautiful to look at as they are functional top homeowner wish lists when building or remodeling a mountain residence. The cook in the family wants top-of-the-line appliances, a good layout, ample lighting and storage.
Photos by Jay Berino If the log walls of this Colorado cabin could talk, they'd have many a tale to tell. The story starts in 1966, when Barbara and Don Rathbun built the small home on the banks of the Snake River, deep in the woods of Summit County.