With its magnificent street presence and unmatched style, 54 Beaver Dam Road stands out as not just any Alpine home, but a storybook residence of stunning architectural design and construction. It is the ultimate collaborative work of its owners, master architect Michael Suman, and a building team of unparalleled skills. In every way, it is the exemplar of near architectural perfection.Completed after several months of intense planning and 26 months of construction, this 4,057 square-foot home stands apart in striking uniqueness, yet remains a faithful conservator of the natural surroundings on its raw Rocky Mountain landscape. It is also an architectural complement to nearby residences of Bavarian-inspired chalets and mountain-rustic manors.The Visitor Must Walk the WordsTo walk and view the exterior and grounds surrounding 54 Beaver Dam Road is to begin the architectural journey that inspired its virtually flawless mountain-modern aesthetics. Once inside, you'll be equally captivated by the depth and breadth of construction detail paid to proportion, texture, and transitional space, and how owner and architect masterfully blended the finest materials to create astonishing levels of finish throughout this four-bedroom, four-bath home. From indigenous Colorado Buff stone set among copper accents on the home's grand faandccedil;ade, to the many complementary interior materials of highest quality: ceilings of Douglas Fir, "Telluride Gold" stone-clad fireplaces, European Elm flooring, and rich floor-to-ceiling Cherry-wood walls and custom cabinetry throughout.Equally impressive are the innumerable, finely crafted details, many of which will surely catch the eye and evoke a sense of wonder and appreciation as you tour the home and discover the soft in-floor lighting beneath the stone entryway, backlit green onyx in the main-level powder bath, a "book-matched" lava granite kitchen counter backsplash . . .A two-person elevator conveniently operates between the lower two-car garageandmdash;decked in sleek gray limestoneandmdash;and the home's main living level. Vaulted ceilings and great picture windows admit a vast expanse of natural light and scenery into the home, and onto a steel and stone staircase that seems to merge with the incoming Rocky Mountain landscape and sky.