1035 5th Street, Boulder, Colorado, United States
Sitting on a private 0.72-acre site bordering open space with unobstructed views of the Flatirons & city lights is a property like no other. Glass homes exist all over the United States but what makes this one unique is its’ ability to almost camouflage itself into the hillside lot. Built in 2008 by New York based architect Thomas Phifer, this stunning glass house has a very unique contemporary design with 11-foot ceilings, and a 15-foot x 12-foot operable skylight on the top level. There is a little over 5,000 square feet of space with 2 bedrooms & 3 bathrooms, as well as a ground floor art gallery with a 35-foot atrium to the top floor, there are etched glass walls, and to ensure comfort there is radiant-in floor heating, and geothermal heating & cooling. Many of the home’s furnishings are built-in and included in the sale, such as built-in office desks & cabinetry, and in-wall televisions in many of the rooms. A floor plan of the home can be viewed here. This is a unique opportunity to live your life in a real-life jewel box for a little under $4-million. See the full listing here.