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Forget the Pool—an Infinity Pond Takes in the Views From This Mountain Home in Telluride, Colorado

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position: Telluride, Colorado

price: $25.9 million

Located in a special enclave known as Grayhead, this contemporary mountain home offers complete privacy, dramatic architecture, and an endless pond with cantilevered decks.

The home was built in 2008 and completely renovated and remodeled in 2015. The owner “loved the location so much he bought the existing home and stripped it down to the studs.” It now features an outdoor kitchen with built-in trampoline, theater, fire pit, spa, commercial pizza his oven.

The renovation was “a collaborative effort between the owner and Paul Ricks of Fortenberry & Ricks Construction, Rocky Mountain West’s preeminent builder,” he said.

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“They wanted to blur the line between outdoor and indoor,” he said. A series of pivoting doors open the entire home to the outdoors.

“They have painstakingly sourced craftsmen and materials from all over the world,” he said.

Gray Head’s high-end subdivision has 30 lots of 35 acres each, most of which are fully built.

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For example, each slab of Carrara marble was hand-selected in Italy, and the oversized interior and exterior quartzite tile floors were individually selected in India. All bathroom sinks and tile designs in the home are customized for each bathroom.

Other design details include an entrance sculpture featuring 7,000 Swarovski crystals, a custom glass wine wall, a metal roof, large pivoting front doors, floor-to-ceiling glass walls and an open You can fill interior spaces with bright light while admiring dramatic mountain views. natural light.

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“There are so many amazing details inside the house,” Cieciuch said.

The house is sold furnished, except for the artwork.

As part of the renovation, the owners enlarged the pond and added a cantilevered deck over the water, Cieciuch said.

From the open-plan living room, exterior doors lead to the pond area.The German-designed Bulthaup kitchen features steel countertops, a marble center island, and Miele appliances, according to the listing. I’m here. Beyond the kitchen is an outdoor patio that spans the width of the home.

Located in a separate wing, the primary bedroom suite has dual closets and a coffee center.

The property is privately owned and adjoins land owned by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Cieciuch said. “If you look really closely, you can see one of his neighbors,” he said.


statistics

The 12,452 square foot home has 6 bedrooms, 7 full bathrooms and 3 partial bathrooms. It is on a 35 acre lot.

amenities

Amenities include infinity pond with cantilever deck, 3-car garage, 3 fireplaces, fire pit, home theater, game room, spa, wine room, waterfall, gym, personal salon, massage room, 2 It has two offices, a generator, a gated entrance, a built-in trampoline, and an outdoor kitchen with BBQ area and commercial pizza oven.

Common Grayhead amenities include 16 miles of private hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails. Rustic owner’s cabin perfect for large family gatherings and special events. tennis courts; ice rinks; trout ponds; and playgrounds. Gray Head owners also enjoy reciprocal privileges with the Auberge-managed Element 52 Condo Complex in the town of Telluride. This condo offers valet parking, ski and boot storage, as well as a fully equipped gym and bathing facilities.

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Neighborhood Note

The Gray Head luxury subdivision has 30 lots of 35 acres each, most of which are fully built, Cieciuch said.

The historic mining town of Telluride, known for its great skiing and annual film festival, is about 25 minutes from the property, he said. “I think Telluride is the most spectacular town in Colorado.”

Drive 4.5 hours to Aspen and 7 hours to Denver.

Agent: Stephen Cieciuch, Director of Telluride Properties

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