Boulder’s Most Expensive Home: Elevator, Guest House, Breathtaking Million-Dollar Views
This 11,156-square-foot home has an outstanding main residence and a detached guest house on a different parcel. It is an architectural accomplishment located below the Flatirons. The four-level building fuses glass, stone, steel, and wood in a skillful combination of materials, bordered by the open space of Chautauqua Park and framed by vistas of the Flatirons.
Visitors are welcomed with a spacious open floorplan with Honduran Mahogany as its foundation, plaster walls, and soaring ceilings after passing the copper entry wall. The five-bedroom, eight-bathroom home has radiant floor heating, four fireplaces, a three-story lift, and numerous outside terraces with views of the city and mountains. A luxurious kitchen with a large island opens up to a bright family area and a greenhouse that can be used all year round.
A stone monolith with a water feature runs the length of the kitchen and eating area. This is the home’s main feature. Just off the formal dining room is a private balcony, which blurs the line between life inside and outside. The upper-level primary room is reached by a glass staircase that floats over a koi pond. From there, you can see beautiful views of the mountains and the town of Boulder below.
The luxurious refuge has an elevator and a sitting room with glass walls, a private patio, and a bathroom with a soaking tub made of marble. This beautiful house has two offices, a home theater, and a game room. It also has a spa with a steam shower, hot tub, and cold plunge. This hilltop hideaway is the only one of its kind. It has a heated driveway and a two-story guest house with a private deck and a connected garage. The 1.2-acre property is hidden from view by a thicket of trees and plants. It has patches of natural grass and rocks. Open space trails are right outside the door, but they are hidden behind private walls and right in the city.