Situated atop a mesa on 35 acres, the Sunset Ridge House reimagines the Colorado mountain lodge. The 11,825 square foot home was designed by Aspen architect Bill Poss and merges sleek, contemporary aesthetic with the rugged Rocky Mountain landscape. It compliments its rustic setting with Douglas fir-beamed ceilings and natural limestone walls, thoughtfully finished with fixtures and furnishings from around the world. Paired with walls of glazing, its linear layout captures panoramic vistas that include Wilson Peak, the box canyon, and the slopes of the Telluride Ski Resort while the living spaces walk out to expansive terraces overlooking the private trout pond. Its seven bedrooms provide accommodations for 18, as well as two staff members. Located within the Gray Head community, the property comes with access to fishing, a tennis court, ice rink, and an in-town ski valet to accompany you to the slopes of Telluride.
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