The main living area of the home is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows that seamlessly blend the indoors with the out. Gorgeous views of the aspen tree grove and man-made water features, like the soothing pond, allow the home to be an integral part of its natural surroundings.
Sluiceways, reminiscent of irrigation canals, surround the open porch, channeling water from the pools next to the barn to the ponds in front of the house. The Wyoming home is built in a natural clearing of aspen trees, which are also used as part of the porch design.
The home boasts a five-car garage with an automobile turntable, making it easier for cars to exit. The space includes a glass, vertical-pocket garage door, which provides quick access the main living space.
The living room's gorgeous vaulted ceiling showcases deep brown exposed beams contrasted by the ivory wall color used throughout the space. Glass pocket doors open to the outdoor patio and provide a view of Aspen Mountain. The transitional space also provides quick access to the 12-person dining table, making it easy to move from dinner to relaxing.
A spacious home office features built-in bookcases and a large desk area with plenty of room for small group meetings. A dark brown coffered ceiling encases a skylight which provides a touch of natural light to the space.
The home theater includes a large screen for viewing films, the big game or a favorite television show. Plush bean bag chairs and a contemporary ivory sofa provide plenty of comfortable seating options for guests.
Nestled in a grove of aspen trees, this Wyoming home incorporates seamlessly blends with its natural surroundings. The porch is even designed around some of the aspen trees, making them a welcomed part of outdoor dining spot.