If you want to take a walk on the cliff side, then take a look at Aerosmith’s magnificent cliff top house that is built on, in, and around Bear Mountain, outside Evergreen in Denver, Colorado. With its fantastic views from multiple rooms, the house comes in at 8398 square feet, with a selling price of $4,99 million.
Aerosmith have been a stalwart presence in the world of rock music since the 1970s. From playing at the original Woodstock festival, to a residency concert in Las Vegas pre-Covid, they continue to play, tour and record.
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The house on top of Bear Mountain was built in 2000 to take advantage of the location, the environment and the expansive views. The generous accommodation is sufficient for family and friends. What more could be expected from the 8 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms? Let’s not forget the two-bedroomed guest quarters.
The primary bedroom and bathroom are both more than spacious and take advantage of the panoramic views with plenty of glass windows, and access to the private deck. The built-in fireplace provides comfort and heat, turning the room into a cosy escape from the cold of winter. The primary bathroom also features a fireplace, so keeping you warm both in and out of the water.
It is without doubt that the magnificent views are beyond compare and are the most impressive aspects of the house. It was designed with spans of glass just about everywhere to maximise on every angle, every season and every opportunity to take in the natural wonder.
The deck that runs around the house stretches over the edge of the cliff, creating a sense of being at one with the mountain and the air below. This is the perfect place for sitting, looking out into the gorge, sipping a cocktail at the end of the day. It’s also great for sunbathing, playing a card game or just chilling.
The house is made for great living and entertainment. The living room and dining room are both surrounded by large windows and the full gourmet kitchen offers unparalleled views to accompany the fun of cooking while interacting with guests or family. The sunroom is the only place to be on a cold winter’s day, while the hot tub in the same room means you can relax in the heated water, looking out over the valley, through the enormous windows.
Amongst other features, the pool and foose ball tables in the game room mean there is plenty to keep everyone occupied. Then, of course, lying back in the comfortable recliners in the media room and enjoying a movie will provide the best end to any day.
Just one look at the house screams of air, sun and light. This all contrasts with the solidity of the mountain top around which it is built. Huge boulders stand either side of the main door: sentinels welcoming visitors to this individual home. The natural rock has also been incorporated into some interior walls, giving the house a truly unique touch.
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