Breckenridge, CO 4 Bedrooms | 5.5 Bathrooms 5,993 s.f.
A true nod to Modernism, Collective Design Group architect Zane Levin envisioned this boundary-pushing home located in Breckenridge’s picturesque neighborhood near the Highlands. With mountain views from any one of three waterproof roof decks or the expansive landscaped patio areas, this home is mountain living at its finest.
The exterior of the home is characterized by flat rooflines, large windows and dramatic overhangs that lend themselves to the clean lines and rectangular forms that are representative of modern architecture. A mixture of steel, stone and glass thoughtfully come together to create a strong relationship between the building and the site, nestled on the shores of the Swan River.
Inside, an open floor plan creates a large main-floor living space, naturally lit by floor-to-ceiling windows throughout and incorporating textures like a wood slat ceiling and horizontal grain slab doors. A DaVinci fireplace warms the great room, featuring herringbone inset wood floors, flowing seamlessly into the dining space and finally a gourmet kitchen with a breakfast nook, 2 marble islands and horizontal grain walnut cabinetry. In addition to a master suite with walkout to the board-formed concrete patio, hot tub and dog run, a first floor powder room completes the main floor.
Second floor access is available via an elevator, or the open staircase with wooden treads and steel stringers, leading to an upstairs living area with bunk nook, gym/office, and two bedrooms each with a full bathroom and roof deck access. Finally, a 1 bedroom lockoff suite features a full kitchen and private deck and entrance, adding long-term functional benefits to this strikingly unique home.