This beautiful mountain chalet sits prestigiously along Vail's famed Forest Road, in walking distance to the slopes, Vail Village and Lionshead. Built in 1992 by Shaeffer Construction and artfully designed by architects Snowden and Hopkins, this 5-bedroom, 5.5-bath residence includes the space, ambiance and unique elements expected of a home with such a coveted address. A small bridge leads to the entry door, accented above by a charming Cotswold Cottage-styled roof. Inside, rooms are filled with natural light, creating a sunny breakfast nook off the gourmet kitchen, great room and study. Vaulted ceilings in the kitchen, great room and main-floor master give a sense of grandeur to the living space, while other details, such as the surrounding woodwork, exposed beams, and fireplace mosaic, add special elements to the interior finish. A large mud room with flagstone floors and built-in cubbies was built to store all the necessary gear for Rocky Mountain living, and the family room was designed for leisure and entertaining with its ground-level walk-out to a custom stone hot tub, firepit and beautiful water feature with mature landscaping. The main-floor balcony faces East with incredible views of the Gore Range and Gore Creek, reminding occupants why they love the mountains and living in Vail. In-floor radiant heat and central humidification systems add desirable comfort packages and the snow-melt entry and driveway add access convenience throughout the Winter. With limited expansion potential and a limited supply of available homes in this exclusive neighborhood, offerings such as this are few and far between and evermore desirable for the right buyer.