Two residences were combined to create this large and luxurious residence at the Villas at SaddleRidge in Beaver Creek. Completely renovated in 2009, this 5,100-square-foot residence now includes four private master bedroom suites, an additional bedroom, two living areas, and a grand dining room that sits adjacent to a chef’s dream kitchen. The internationally influenced mountain interiors were infused with art and antiques from around the world, including antique Mexican doors and a wood-carved mantel from a temple in Afghanistan. Venetian-styled integrated plaster walls add unique interior flavor and are tastefully offset with African “Zebra” hard wood floors. Each of the 5 bathrooms and the kitchen features unique granite and stone selections that were set by Russian artisans. Over 100 lights were added during renovation along with an intricate “star field” fiber optic lighting system in the kitchen and dining room. An artist from St. Louis designed two 5’ custom onyx lights with wrought iron for the two spacious living rooms, while an antique Alabaster chandelier was carefully selected for the 5th bedroom. Multiple outdoor living spaces provide the perfect settings to take in the surrounding beauty of Beaver Creek Mountain. The hillside location allows for ski-in/ski-out access and direct on-mountain access to summer hiking and winter snowshoeing. There is also a shuttle that runs directly from the Villas at Saddleridge to the ski lifts, for added convenience. With only 10 townhomes at the Villas at SaddleRidge, owners enjoy privacy and many on-site amenities, such as their own library, pool and award-winning restaurant, SaddleRidge at Beaver Creek. Not to mention, the Ralph Lauren-designed clubhouse is home to a priceless collection of American Western art and artifacts, including Buffalo Bill’s saddle, Geronimo’s tomahawk and General Custer’s hat and canteen.