Living Smaller in a Bungalow

On one of her daily race-walks, Virginia DuBrucq noticed a brick bungalow with an inviting courtyard.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionHomeowner Virginia DuBrucq sits on the stairwell leading from her kitchen to the upstairs addition. (SHNS photo by Ellen Jaskol / The Rocky Mountain News)
The living room's most attractive feature — to Virginia's two cats, anyway — is the stained concrete floor with radiant heat. And, she loves the feel of it on her feet in the wintertime.

Equally inviting is the upstairs master bedroom addition, reached by climbing from a Western maple staircase that begins in the cozy kitchen. Capped by a vaulted ceiling, the bedroom features several windows for cross-ventilation, a walk-in closet and a deck just big enough for a pair of chairs.

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