587 Fallen Leaf

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587 Fallen Leaf

Incline Village, Nevada

This 4,833 square foot lake view residence was extensively remodeled and includes an 650 game room addition. The kitchen and dining areas and stairway to the upper floor were completely relocated and large picture windows were added to the south wall to create an expansive lake view great room.  This mountain contemporary project also includes 4 bedroom suites, exercise room, wine cellar, a ski/mudroom and an outdoor fireplace on the lake view deck.

“In June, 2006, my wife and I contracted with Jim Borelli to design a somewhat contemporary mountain home for us, at 587 Fallen Leaf Way, here in Incline Village. We had purchased an existing home, and the plan was to gut and rebuild it, expanding the footprint, and changing floor plans on all three levels. The scope of Jim’s work included designing the home, drawing the plans, helping in the selection of a general contractor, and periodic inspection of the contractor’s work through completion. My wife and I were totally satisfied with Jim’s work. Neither I, nor the contractor, Mandeville Construction, ever felt we were being delayed by Jim. To the contrary, his work was timely, creative, and professional. Feel free to give the contractor, Richard Mandeville, a call (775-831-4488). As we were gutting a 30 year old home, we ran into some structural issues in bringing it into compliance with current building codes. Jim understood the issues, connected us with the proper engineering professionals, and followed up to make sure the issues were dealt with efficiently. Jim’s billing was always timely (monthly) and accurate. As our project invariably expanded, he worked efficiently, and the billing did not expand appreciably.”

“My wife and I were totally satisfied with Jim’s work.”
– Scott and Nancy Harris