Ptarmigan | Vail Golf Course
This contemporary, 7,800 square feet masterpiece is located on the Vail Golf Course and takes full advantage of the outstanding views of the Gore Range. Floor to ceiling walnut lift and slide Weiland doors on either side of the living room bring the outside in.
The exterior consists of a custom color blend of Oklahoma sandstone veneer, copper wall panels and standing seam roofing. There is a copper and stone water feature that greets you at the entry and a gunite spa is a perfect addition to the back of the house. There are also two outdoor grilling areas.
The interior features flush walnut trim with a reglet detail, walnut doors, stair treads and cabinetry. An Ornamental iron stair railing joins all of the floors. The flooring is a New Mexico buff flagstone found both inside and out. Walls were treated with plaster and also showcase Trufig flush keypads and receptacles.
A Vail Valley retreat embraces its surroundings with architecture that opens the interiors to the outdoors and materials that complement nature’s palette.
By Linda Hayes
Advances in technology continue to make windows more energy-efficient — even in the Rocky Mountains. High Country homeowners have more reasons than ever to build their own solar arrays
– Stephen Lloyd Wood
This home is a winner of the Prestigious ASID (American Society of Interior Designers) Crystal Award and also received an additional mention as a Best in Show at the Crystal Awards.