A mountain lover’s dream come true, the main home and guest house offer more than just a jaw-dropping view; they’re an invitation to the great outdoors right on your doorstep.
Although this massive mountain estate is perched closer to the Roaring Fork River than any future construction could allow, its appeal extends far beyond its impeccable location. A recent interior makeover has transformed the old-school, dark style into a modern, light-filled haven with clean lines and sharp finishes. It’s a place that perfectly complements the mountain lifestyle.
The main house is a two-story beauty with a thoughtful layout. It starts with a grand entrance and a sweeping staircase that leads you to a living room with windows stretching from the floor to the ceiling, framing views you won’t find anywhere else. The primary suite boasts two generous bathrooms, and there are four smartly placed guest suites. The kitchen is a chef’s dream, and there’s a butler’s pantry with a walk-in wine room, a formal dining room that’s pure elegance, a media room, and an oversized three-car garage with plenty of room for guests.
What really makes this place stand out is the top-notch finishing touches – natural settlers stone, weathered Douglas fir siding, a stylish slate roof, blue Bahia granite, back-lit onyx, white marble, and rift-oak paneling and cabinetry. It all blends beautifully with the natural surroundings.
But that’s not all – there’s also a guest house you can reach via a charming foot bridge, with two comfy bedroom suites, a cozy living space, and a kitchen. Plus, there’s a roomy deck for you to kick back and enjoy the view. And to complete this package, there’s a one-bedroom, one-bath caretaker unit with a full kitchen and an extra lofted area, rounding up the living space to a whopping 18,400 square feet.
With an expansive 8.4-acre property, a sprawling riverside lawn, and trails for hiking and biking right at your doorstep, this place is all about tranquility and privacy. Add a secluded, end-of-the-road location for half the year, and you’ve got yourself an Aspen gem that’s truly one of a kind.
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