7+ bed | 7+ bath | 7,028 sqft
This compound-style estate, which once graced the cover of Interior Design magazine, was designed with a large extended family in mind. The gated 1.2-acre property includes a main house, two guest houses, a guest suite, a barbecue house, and two garages. A granite u-shaped porch creates unity with a retreat-like layout, while still offering private accommodations for all. Knotty pine and granite throughout the estate highlight the lodge-style grandness. Columns and intricate beam work showcase architectural sophistication. The focus on simplicity and harmony creates a space that is warm and inviting, welcoming you to relax in the mountains.
The barbecue house is truly like nothing you have seen. The entire building hosts a wood-burning rotisserie, a charcoal grill and a gas grill spanning the width of a wall, all made of granite under a massive copper hood. The room fits a table with seating for 20 to bring everyone together, while the oversized slide-away barn doors bring the outside in. An industry-grade prep kitchen includes all the appliances you need to host a feast like no other. From the Traulsen refrigerator to the 6-burner Wolf range to the ice machine and wine refrigerator, no detail was overlooked.