$14,995,000 | Built 2011 | 6,561 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 5 Baths | 35.22 Acres
Just outside of Telluride, Colorado and occupying an enormous 35.22 acre property, this ten pavilioned winter vacation residence is the work of Simon and the late Hugh Jacobsen with project architect Richard Cho of Jacobsen Architecture. Among the finest examples of Hugh Jacobsen’s iconic style within the Rocky Mountains, the Coplan Residence is on the market for $14.99 million. The residence is a wonderful combination of quarried limestone, glass, steel & native stone. Clean & sophisticated vaulted interiors were perfectly executed to savour the natural light & act as the ultimate backdrop for a stunning natural setting. Nested around a circular motor court, the home’s dramatic spaces are warm & accommodating with walls of glass framing the staggering views of the surrounding meadows & mountains. Set within the private enclave of Gray Head, trails, fishing, tennis & Owners’ Cabin are available for residents’ use. Jacobsen Architecture revealed, “At an elevation of 10,000 feet, the house had to address the unusual laws of physics that occur due to rapidly changing temperatures and extreme elements. A complex set of environmental computers efficiently monitor and adjust for solar and air temperature changes that can be rapid and unanticipated for each pavilion and space. Because of its high altitude, the house also uses radiant air conditioned floors.” The Coplan Residence is on the market for $14.99 million with Bill Fandel of Compass.