Tucked on the mountainside among the aspen and fir trees, this custom estate home has spectacular, elevated views of Vail Mountain and the Gore Range from massive floor-to-ceiling windows. The thoughtful design of stone, hard wood, extensive outdoor living spaces and expansive glass brings the outdoors in to this 7,276 sq. ft. home.Up the grand staircase, the great room features a chiseled stone 2-sided fireplace creating awarm focal point for family gatherings or après ski entertaining. The floor-to-ceiling windows frame the nearby ski slopes of Vail Mountain with the twinkling lights of Vail Village in the foreground. Tall, vaulted and beamed ceiling open up this living space taking full advantage of the views and natural light. A separate dining room is tucked between the great room and kitchen providing just the right mix of relaxed formality.A large deck opens off the living and dining areas, bringing nature up-close as you enjoy this mountain home. The colorful and functional kitchen is designed with the gourmet chef in mind, and includes an intimate fireplace for casual entertaining. The additional four en suite bedrooms have a modern-western interior design with use of custom textiles and muted colors. A large study sits just off the master bedroom.Bordering national forest and part of a gated community Spraddle Creek is secure and private, yet is only moments to the bustling mountain town of Vail, CO and the internationally acclaimed skiing on Vail Mountain. Ownership benefits include a Charter Passport Club membership with private parking and lockers at the base of Vail Mountain making a day on the mountain easy and convenient.
In 1962, Vail Mountain opened to the public with one gondola and two chairlifts. Today, 31 lifts have the capacity to transport more than 60,000 skiers uphill per hour. One of the largest ski resorts in North America, Vail has come to be one of its most popular--and most prestigious, a reputation it continues to invest in. Tìm hiểu thêm về ngôi nhà sang trọng ở Vail