We don’t build boxes. We build new homes with old souls.
We pride ourselves on creating timeless living spaces, chock-full of character and aesthetic design paired with modern amenities and layout for today’s family living. We sacrifice no detail to make sure each and every home is masterfully built and effortlessly lived in. We specialize in building spec homes that feel custom, including cabinets that are custom fabricated in our workshop as well as ornamental welding done by our team. But, don’t take our word for it. You can read more about our work in Colorado Homes & Lifestyles and on Houzz.
We do the work, ourselves. While most general contractors use subcontractors to complete their work, at Pinnacle nearly every aspect of every project is self-performed by our talented and tenured Pinnacle employees. This model gives us greater control over schedule and costs compared to other developers and general contractors who are at the mercy of their subcontractors, but it also ensures that every aspect of the project is completed to our highest quality standards. For buyers, this means peace of mind. When we need to bring in outside expertise, we rely on the our network of trusted subcontractors.
Sacrificing no detail to ensure the home of your dreams is masterfully built and effortlessly lived in.
An Illinois Barn Resurrected in Wash Park
Last fall, our crew traveled east along I-70 across four states and began disassembling a turn-of-the-century barn in Illinois farm country, only to bring it back to Colorado and resurrect it in a Wash Park home. Built with wood peg post and beam construction with local southern Illinois white and red oak trees, the barn was originally used for housing corn cribs, horses and wagons, and had hay and grain storage on the upper level. The exterior of the barn was built of white pine and was covered with metal a half century ago, which preserved the wood leaving it in excellent condition. The Pleitner family owned the barn and farmed the land on which it stood for more than 100 years. We obtained the barn from a family member who still farms the land there today.
In the News
Pinnacle Properties was once again featured in Colorado Homes & Lifestyles magazine, but this time it was our owners who were photographed. Shawn and Wes were recognized as Five Under 40 Award winners for their accomplishments as Colorado home builders.
Pinnacle Properties' home "The Chubby Bungalow" was featured on the cover of the September/October issue of Colorado Homes & Lifestyles magazine.
Thanks to architect Kathy Jones with ArchStyle, Inc. and our client and homeowner, Bev!