Winter Must Be Wonderful at this Dreamy Colorado Modern Asking $13.25M

Located in the mountain town of Avon just minutes from Vail and Beaver Creek ski resorts, a modern chalet with a rustic feel and top-of-the-line amenities sits ready for ski weekend and stylish dinner parties. Incorporating steel with natural stone elements, the home designed by Denver architect Peter Domenick was even featured in the Wall Street Journal and is now listed for $13.25 million.

Built in 2006, it certainly doesn’t feel like it’s 16 years old. Soaked in warm sun rays, its walls of glass make for seamless viewing of all seasons. But soon, it’s a winter wonderland that will be on the menu. Like living in a snow globe, future homeowners can curl up by the grand room’s stone fireplace under the rich wood vaulted ceilings while fresh powder blows by outside.

The home is uniquely built, with four wings all connected by steel beam structures rounding out the total square footage to 8,327. A main atrium holds the perfect kitchen for wintertime entertaining, with new Thermador appliances and a center island. Nearby, there’s a wet bar and a theater room for further entertaining.

When it’s time to sleep and dream of more wintry days, there are a total of seven bedrooms, six bathrooms and two half bathrooms to retreat to. The primary suite is especially relaxing with vaulted dome ceilings and a private balcony with west-facing views.

While Colorado is certainly known for its skiing and winter activities, all of the seasons will be equally magical at this home. Tye Stockton of Compass holds the listing.