This architectural house in Breckenridge, Colorado, is a standout with distinctive metal truss building and metalwork accents. A pivoting entrance door and customized cold-poured metal partitions set the dwelling’s design additional aside within the resort city.
Outshining the mountain modern itself, nonetheless, is the placement. “Second to none,” says itemizing agent David Levinson of Slifer Smith & Frampton Actual Property. “Subsequent to a nationwide forest easement with a trailhead throughout the road.”
The house’s web site offers entry to a whole bunch of miles of mountaineering trails on which to discover pristine forests. Downtown Breckenridge is a three-block stroll away.
Views from the three-level home at 201 South Pine Avenue take within the surrounding mountains, ski slopes and outdated Victorian part. The colourful late 1800s buildings preserved within the Breckenridge Historic District are stuffed with quaint retailers, locations to eat and galleries.
The pine-sheltered dwelling now on the market is the work of Allen-Guerra Structure.
“The metal trusses present an aesthetic that carries all through the home,” Levinson says. They’re topped by vaulted ceilings that outline the open-plan dwelling space. One other truss is in the primary flooring major bed room.
A collapsible glass wall folds away to attach the nice room to a deck with southwest publicity. A customized metallic wall surrounds the smooth fire throughout from the middle island kitchen.
One flooring down, a glass-enclosed wine wall and moist bar outfit the household room, which includes a wall of the identical metalwork. The below-grade degree additionally has three ensuite bedrooms.
There are a complete of 5 bedrooms, 5 full bogs and two powder rooms throughout the 4,011 sq. toes of interiors.
This contains the highest flooring, which Levinson describes as “a lock-off ADU” (accent dwelling unit), that can be utilized because the fifth bed room or an workplace. Accessed by an exterior metal staircase, the studio-like house has its personal kitchen, washer/dryer and deck. “The very best views in the entire home are from the deck,” he says.
Levinson describes the high-end neighborhood as “a legacy subdivision, one of many few that face westerly—extraordinarily quiet with a high-end aesthetic.”
Most patrons within the space hail from Colorado, Texas or Florida, he says, with the majority of the market motion within the $2 million-to-$3 million vary. “There’s not a lot out there at this value level and high quality,” Levinson says of the US $5.1 million itemizing. “It’s both a major residence or an exceptional secondary house.”
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