$18,000,000 | Built 2004 | 9,428 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 4.5+ Baths | 2.73 Acres
341 Royer Lane, Telluride, Colorado, United States, 81435
Michael Fuller Architects and Los Angeles-based architect Don Umemoto collaborated to design this timeless masterpiece in Telluride, Colorado. Recently relisted for $18 million, the 2.73-acre mountain setting imbues immeasurable natural beauty and tranquility. Built of concrete, glass and steel finished in meticulous detail, this beautiful property features rare Yangtze River Valley pavers, warm teak floors, mahogany cabinets, enormous first-growth Douglas Fir beams with jewelry like stainless steel truss connectors, and large mahogany framed windows embracing the magical box canyon. Gentle curves highlight the house throughout. The fantastic beamed ceiling which spans the kitchen, living, and dining spaces merges the interior with the extraordinary waterfall views.
Famed German company Bulthaup designed the perfect kitchen. A spacious master suite offers views of Bridal Veil Falls, the tallest in Colorado. The heated Yangtze stones add to the dreamscape of the master bathroom, with windows opening into the forest. Two fireplaces of steel and granite, in the master bedroom and living room, were influenced by the work of steel sculptor Richard Serra. Their presence ground these comfortable spaces, and are focal points of warmth and comfort. The additional three ensuite bedrooms are ideal, with no detail or comfort spared for family and friends. A fully equipped gym, a screening room, library, and office complete this dreamscape peaceful retreat in the high alpine of Colorado. This masterpiece is on the market for $18 million with Erik Fallenius of Coldwell Banker.