Try not to let the modest front of this Kansas limestone-clad house concealed in the foothills of Boulder fool individuals. The house unfurls to uncover a roomy, modern design as individuals work their way to the back deck.
The ipe wood deck, with its glass balusters and rich green environment, is one of real estate broker and proprietor John Canova’s most loved highlights of the property.
“In the springtime, it feels like you’re in a treehouse, because there’s a creek down below,” he said. “You’re right in the canopy there, and it’s different from much of Boulder because it’s more of a hardwood forest back there versus pinyon pines.” This property saddles the mountain communities of Boulder, ordinarily known for pine forests, and the denser local locations around the local area with a progressively various offering of trees.
The deck is an enticing space, with a limestone natural gas fire pit and access through Sierra Pacific bi-crease entryways off of the kitchen.
The main level has an open floor plan incorporating the kitchen, eating and living territories with a wood-burning fireplace. “It’s all open so it’s a great gathering and entertaining spot,” Mr. Canova stated, especially around the 16-foot Statuario marble island.
The three-story house is 5,365 square feet and has five bedrooms, two full bathrooms and two partial bathrooms.
Proprietors can wash their canine partner in the puppy shower, fixed with eighteenth century Dutch tiles. “That’s a good one, especially after your hikes on Mount Sanitas [a popular nearby hiking area],” Mr. Canova said.
Furthermore, for the puppy’s lucky proprietors, unwinding anticipates in a Victoria and Albert detached dousing tub encompassed by Statuario marble in the master suite.
The kitchen has a Sub-Zero refrigerator, a wine refrigerator, walnut cabinetry and a walk-in pantry.
Outside, the property has a meditation deck and a seasonal stream. The house additionally has a warmed garage, and a 600-square-foot storage space for storing gear.
Encompass Architecture founder Dale Hubbard planned the house and Kevin Morningstar of Morningstar Homes constructed it in 2012, as indicated by Mr. Canova. Luxury Architecture and Design Magazine highlighted the house on its spring 2015 cover.
Huge windows in the master bedroom highlight mountain sees and a perspective on Boulder’s famous Flatirons.
The house is situated in the Mapleton Hill neighborhood. Other than being encompassed by notable Victorian houses and stately brick houses, the property is a seven-minute walk to restaurants and shopping on Pearl Street, and a five-minute walk to hiking trails.