Gallery featuring photographs of sprawling log and stone ski chalet home in Telluride, Colorado.
This stone and natural wood home offers direct direct access to the local Village Bypass ski run, perfect for winter time living.
The highly desirable location is within walking distance of the Mountain Village core. The residence is quietly hidden on a secluded cul-de-sac, for utmost privacy.
Featuring seven bedrooms, six full and two half baths, and a luxurious, open design living and dining space, the home is structurally modern within a classically rustic construction.
The sprawling complex offers secondary caretaker quarters, a lower level wine cellar with 1000-bottle storage and tasting room, four oversize stone fireplaces, and absolutely stunning mountain views through extensive array of floor to ceiling windows on rear side.
We hope this spectacular residence is as welcomely inspiring for you as it is for us!
Open design central living room framed in massive exposed natural wood beams, featuring ornate dining space on left, spread of leather furniture in living room on right, and kitchen space in background.
This view 0f the living room highlights the massive stone fireplace with natural wood mantle on left, leather and cloth furniture gathered around natural wood and wrought iron coffee table, and overlooking catwalk behind large metal chandelier.
Here’s the living room seen lit by natural light through the massive floor to ceiling windows at left. Framed in natural wood with exposed beams overhead, the exterior glass wall affords views of the surrounding mountain range.
Close up view of living room windows, with natural hardwood flooring, ornate carved leather and pelt chairs, immense wraparound deck, and large stone fireplace shown.
Open kitchen features this lengthy island with dining seating and brown marble countertop, with dark wood cabinetry and tile backsplash beneath trio of chandeliers and exposed ceiling beams.
Kitchen as seen from opposite angle, highlighting under-cabinet lighting, natural hardwood flooring, and French doors opening to balcony deck.
Main staircase in natural wood and wrought iron curves around stone stone walls beneath modern, spherical chandelier.
Head on view of main landing, with stone wall arch on right, floor to ceiling windows framed in exposed wood beams, staircase on left, and central patterned rug over hardwood flooring.
This bedroom features dark wood framed glass doors to balcony, white carpeting, natural wood framed bed, and ornate chandelier hanging from vaulted ceiling with large exposed beams.
Bathroom awash in marble, with light beige marble flooring, bath, and shower construction and dark marble vanity countertop. Glass door shower and bath sit beneath windows, while more exposed beams feature in the ceiling.
This bathroom features twin marble topped vanities across from large jacuzzi tub beneath window, with oversize walk-in glass door shower at center.
Cozy guest bedroom features plush bed in unique crafted metal frame between twin natural wood dressers. Dark wood frames white walls beneath vaulted ceiling, with glass French patio doors at center.
Children’s bedroom features lush red wood throughout, including twin bunk beds, corner entertainment stand, and bookshelves. Red patterned rug ties the room together.
Lower level family room featuring twin leather armchairs with ottomans and brown cloth sofa around large carved wood coffee table, with floral patterned rug over light marble flooring, and exposed beams framing the entire space.
Wine cellar features extensive built-in wood shelving and cabinetry, with second stone pass-through fireplace.
Elevated wood patio features built-in jacuzzi, with dark wicker furniture surrounding. Stone lower wall, natural wood siding, and exposed beams all flow through exterior of home.
Expansive view of mountains from the upper balcony, with natural wood and metal railings bordering the dark stained wood deck.
This view from the living room showcases wrought iron, glass door fireplace and open view to outdoors through large glass French doors to balcony.
Rear view of the home showcasing abundance of large windows, exposed beam and vaulted ceiling construction, stone foundation and support, and array of wood balconies.
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