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Denver Investor/Contractor Keith Nylund scours the Denver area uncovering small historic gems in need of some big modern updates. In each episode, he'll discover a hidden property, pop the top by ripping off the roof, double or triple its size and then put it back on the market, all while keeping the home's original character. You never know what will happen when you take a classic and "Raise the Roof".
Keith plans to flip a 917 square foot, two bedroom, one bath bungalow in a fast growing neighborhood in Denver, Colorado. Because the house was built in 1920, the home has small rooms and limited living space compared to modern homes in the area.
A Denver couple with two young boys is expecting a new baby, and they need more room in their 100-year-old house. Keith rips off the roof and adds a dormer, giving them a new master suite, nursery and a fun bedroom for the boys. He also opens up the ground floor and creates a stunning new kitchen.
Keith buys a house on a corner lot, then finds a giant sinkhole under one of its bedrooms; in spite of the setback, Keith creates an open floor plan that features a tile fireplace with wraparound stairs and a majestic over mantel.
Keith turns a bland bungalow into a Spanish-style mansion; he excavates the basement to provide more headroom and knocks down the back wall; then, Keith puts the bedrooms on the new second floor and creates a rooftop deck with a mountain view.
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