Ranch houses are ubiquitous, but they don’t have to be ugly, especially if they sit on a mountain site. Architect Tina Govan took a 1960s ranch that was covered in white vinyl and brick, and using cedar shingles and flagstone, she transformed it into a house that feels as if it belongs in its setting. Govan also designed arbors, outdoor spaces, and a screened porch that make a stronger connection between the house and its surroundings.
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