A large and indulgent 12,400-square-foot mountainside glass home in Boulder, Colorado has listed for $12 million.
Made up of six bedrooms and 10 bogs, the house has been pegged as an “architectural triumph” overlooking the Flatirons mountains.
Bordered by Chautauqua Park, the property spans 4 ranges constructed with glass, stone, metal and wooden — and stands on 1.2 acres of land.
Options embrace a three-story elevator, 4 fireplaces, flooring heating, a number of out of doors terraces and mountain views.
The connoisseur kitchen and dwelling areas function hovering floor-to-ceiling glass home windows.
The focus of the house features a stone monolith with water options spanning the size of the kitchen and eating areas. A personal balcony lies off the formal eating room for straightforward indoor-outdoor entry, in accordance with the itemizing.
Accessed by a glass staircase that floats above a koi level, the first suite boasts mountain and metropolis views with a glass-walled sitting room, a personal patio and a marble-clad rest room with a soaking tub.
Facilities embrace a heated driveway, two places of work, a house theater, a sport room, a spa, a steam bathe, a scorching tub and a chilly plunge.
Moreover, there’s a two-story visitor home with a personal deck and an hooked up storage.
Hunter Jorgensen and Patrick Brown with Compass maintain the itemizing.