35 Acre Estate with Replica Mineshaft Asks $3.75M in Buena Vista, CO (PHOTOS)

35 Acre Estate with Replica Mineshaft Asks $3.75M in Buena Vista, CO

$3,750,000 | Built 1995 | 8,362 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 4.5 Baths | 35 Acres
36570 US Highway 24 N, Buena Vista, Colorado, United States, 81211
A home like no other, perched high on 35 acres overlooking the majestic Collegiate Peaks of Buena Vista, Colorado, this custom 8,362 square foot residence is on the market for $3.75 million. Constructed of steel I-Beam superstructure with walls of windows and three floors all serviced by an Otis elevator. The main level provides the owner repose with an artist studio, separate bedroom and deck, a grand master with dual walk-in closets with private baths, a jetted tub, sunken master bed, gas fireplace and sun room. Originally built and designed by a known automobile magazine publisher, the home includes an 11 car garage with a lift and paint station, fully heated and air conditioned. The upper level features a dual kitchen, with dual appliances, grand dining room, home theatre, fireplace with a dumb waiter to bring up firewood, pool table, bar and office. The lower level features 2 private en-suite guest rooms and a one-of-a-kind replica mine shaft! The property is on the market for $3.75 million with Jeni Friedrich of Christie’s International Real Estate Aspen Snowmass.