With impressive views of the Vail Golf Course and the Gore Range, Cabin Circle, the Vail mountain home of Matthew Fleeger, was destined to be a spectacular renovation project from the start. Boasting six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and three levels, the property presented an exciting design challenge.
But oil and gas executive Matthew Fleeger, Matt to his friends, rose to the challenge. Fleeger says he spent roughly $7 million renovating the roughly 11,000-square-foot property over the span of 13 months. His investment paid off in a luxurious yet uncluttered final result which captured the views and added spectacular amenities.
The resulting project is a clean, calming home with proportions perfect for a mountain retreat. The home mixes the cool strength of natural stone in blacks and grays with suede and mixed metallics. Wide windows bring the outdoors in, and the layout perfectly balances openness and intimacy.
The home features a sleek, glass wine room, a large inground pool, a state of the art gym and many other modern comforts. The kitchen features Miele and Wolf appliances along with other details suited for the in-home chef. The nearby bar area features slim, contemporary finishes and beautiful textured tile.
Though ultramodern in detail, the Vail mountain home of Matthew Fleeger plays off of the secluded natural setting. Outside, three levels tucked against the hillside open into perfectly appointed all-season decks. Inside, multiple fireplaces warm friends and family on the coldest Vail nights. The floor to ceiling windows do an outstanding job of capturing the views of the Gore Range.
The success of this project was due to the award winning team of Berglund Architects, TenPlusThree Interior Design, Ceres Landscaping, Pristine Landscaping and Beck Building Company. This project caught a lot of attention when it went on the market. Featured in the Wall Street Journal, read the profile of this exceptional property.