One's breathe is immediately taken away upon entering this magnificent masterpiece. The beauty of this contemporary style home design is enhanced by its carefully chosen materials and thoughtfully selected color palate. A combination of modern lines and warm, natural finishes make this home both stunning and welcoming. This jewel has been designed with great attention to detail from the inside out by John Shirley of Think Architecture and Elizabeth Kimberly Design. Every turn, every window, every place of rest has been carefully chosen to take in the splendor of its surroundings and delight the eye. From custom woodwork, custom light fixtures, and custom cabinetry to herringbone marble tile, Waterworks fixtures and Rocky Mountain Hardware, every inch of this home has a timeless quality that screams luxury. The floor-to ceiling-glass exposes the interior courtyard, showcasing the outdoor living area with mountain views as its primary focus. The substantial patio area, enhanced by the pool, hot tub and fire pit, gives rise to thoughts of endless possible outside entertainment experiences for large or small groups. Roll back the nano walls to bring the outdoors in during summer pool parties. The home is enveloped by mature trees and green space, providing a calming natural oasis. For those who have a green thumb, a raised-bed herb garden is located just off the butler's pantry. This space offers a quiet and private space to drink your morning coffee. The guest house, adjacent to the outdoor amenities, is sufficiently separated, allowing for guest privacy. The guest house accommodates four guests comfortably. This space is included in the main floor square footage. This master bedroom is expansive, with floor-to-ceiling windows, a seating space complete with a cozy fireplace, a writer's nook, and automated blackout shades for deep sleep. The master bath includes his and her spaces, wrapped in marble and natural walnut. Heated limestone floors greet your feet on cold mornings. This kitchen provides endless counter space for cooking, a large second island for seating groups of ten and a butler's pantry for prepping and storage. For more intimate dinners the kitchen boasts a dining nook, nestled next to floor-to-ceiling windows offering views of the courtyard. Adjacent to the main kitchen is a wet bar, designed as an extension of the main kitchen with the flexibility of being isolated by a custom- built, oversized quarter- sawn, dark walnut door that easily rolls into place to separate the kitchen from the entertainment room. The wet bar is accentuated by a stunning glass- enclosed wine cellar and hammered copper sink. There is no lack of storage or functionally with this property. A car barn, sufficient in size to accommodate and showcase your vehicles also includes a separate home gym complete with a three-quarter bathroom. Showing by appointment only buyer must be prequalified prior to showing. Buyer to verify all information.