Striking mountain contemporary home in Aspen with opulent features

At 15,000 square feet, this mountain contemporary home in Aspen, Colorado’s exclusive Star Mesa enclave is warm and approachable from the start. Designed by , the home embraces and welcomes you inside with the stone steps widen as you approach. Douglas Fir Beams and dry stacked Telluride Stone, traverse the exterior and the interior of the home, with antique re-sawn White Oak flooring seen throughout.

Two great rooms allow guests to spread out on the main floor. In lieu of the now traditional television above the fireplace, the Owners found “Bert,” a stuffed Highland Goat. With the addition of the second, more intimate great room, they found his brother “Ernie”. The tight-knit family loved the idea of keeping the brothers together.

What We Love: This mountain contemporary home features a rich material palette and exquisite furnishings and decor. The design of this home is inspired by the surrounding landscape, using rugged materials of stone and wood. Expansive walls of glass captures the stunning mountains vistas from every angle. This is a decadent home that we think would be amazing to spend the holidays enjoying spending time with family and friends… Readers, what are your thoughts, would this be your idea of a dream home? Tell us in the Comments!

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Above: Decorative custom steel doors open into a spacious entry that serves as a casual sitting area.

Above: Comfortable chairs cozy up to a gas fireplace set between stone pillars. Linear glass elements, backlit with LED lights, are embedded in the petrified-stone fireplace wall that soars all the way to the Western hemlock wood ceiling.

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Above: Flanked by two great rooms and a casual dining space, the kitchen became center-stage with its sophisticated material palette and elegant lighting. Telluride Stone columns with Colorado Buff Limestone caps border the Stantos Redwood cabinetry, with a subtle reveal and clear hardware.

Above: The architect himself photographed the fall Aspen Trees for the client, and beautifully framed the massive image to create a window into the outside world.

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Above: The master suite on the main level curves gracefully around the side of the home opening to the mountain views. Furnishings by Fendi create a fresh yet luxurious feel with cove lighting and the stone fireplace.

Above: The opulent master bath was designed with two vanities separated by a glass and marble shower, opening to the bathtub with picture windows and crystal chandeliers. A generously sized master closet sits adjacent.

Above: Ascending the Antique White Oak steps, cut Colorado Buff columns with Ox horn lamps and glass doors open to the Star Mesa Wine Cellar housing 1,100 bottles.

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Above: An arcade, custom theater, a bunk room and additional guest rooms make up the lower level, which also share in the same rich material palette.

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Photos: James Ray Spahn

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