The main entrance into Homestead #11 gracefully climbs along a rustic fence line two and one quarter miles through open country and Aspen groves up to the main residence. The professionally engineered road up to the home site has a seven percent maximum grade or less, allowing year-round accessibility. Combining comfortable residential mountain living luxury with the convenience of an efficiently designed floor plan to accommodate home business and office activities, the 4,000 sq. ft. custom main residence was designed in a mountain-modern style with three levels providing spectacular unobstructed views of Carbon Peak and the Anthracite Range in the Ohio Creek Valley. On the ground level, the front door opens into a large ceramic tiled 20' x 10' foyer with pitched ceilings and coffered distinctive lighting that open west towards the garage and east towards two guest bedrooms. The west side of the home at ground level has an extra large walk-in laundry/mud room with utility sink, storage cabinets and room for a sewing and folding tables and garage access. A three-car attached garage has its own heaters as well as in-floor radiant heat, work bench, electricity and windows to allow for natural light. A hot tub is located on the ground-level deck facing southeast. From the ground level, a staircase leads up to the main living level with a gourmet entertainment kitchen, great room, large master bedroom and bathroom suite, two large offices with double phone line outlets and an additional full bathroom. The well thought out gourmet kitchen has modern details including granite counter-tops, large breakfast island with prep sink, walk-in pantry, large windows and a door which opens onto the south-facing deck. The west-facing master suite has cathedral ceilings and large windows providing views of Carbon Peak and the Anthracite Range and the master bathroom has large walk-in closets. A staircase at ground level leads down to a large basement with a 12' ceiling and large east-facing windows with a large bedroom and bathroom, storage area, 6-person steam sauna room, mechanical room and double doors that lead to an outdoor patio with concrete pad. The home has twenty zones of in-floor radiant heat, a maintenance-free steel roof and multiple fire and waterproof decks providing outdoor access to breathtaking vistas and fresh mountain air from various vantage points throughout the floor-plan. State-of-the-art technology was implemented in the household/drinking water and landscaping water systems at Homestead 11 to ensure that the residents receive the purist, safest and most abundant supply of water available in western-slope high country living. Located in the basement, a 5,000-gallon underground storage tank, with an extensive filtration, purification, water softener, and reverse osmosis system, pumps water continuously up to the main residence from a constant flowing spring located on Eagle Ridge Ranch. In addition, extensive landscaping around the home is watered via a high-tech pump and pipeline system that can move 15,000 gallons per day of river water one mile up to the home site where it is captured in an additional underground tank and stored for use when landscape irrigation is needed. Eagle Ridge Ranch is surrounded by National Forest, BLM and state land and is set up as a protected wildlife preserve with exceptional recreational opportunities including fishing, hunting, hiking, riding, and cross-country skiing on ten miles of the ranch's maintained trails and adjacent public lands.