Only the finest materials were selected for this 4,057 square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bath home, from the exterior juxtaposition of copper, regional stone, glass and clear cedar forms, to the interior ceilings of Douglas Fir, "Telluride Gold" stone-clad fireplaces, European Ash flooring, rich Cherry-wood walls and custom cabinetry. Impressive are the finely crafted details, such as the in-floor lighting beneath the stone entryway, backlit green onyx in the main-level powder bath, and "book-matched" lavagranite kitchen counter backsplash. A private elevator conveniently operates between the lower two-car garage and main living level, while a sumptuous outdoor living space overlooks Gore Creek, provides direct Gore Range views and offers a full outdoor kitchen, plunge pool, and fire pit.
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. Read more about luxury homes in Vail