The newly built home is just as pretty from the front as it is from the back. Beachgoers get a view of the home's rear that features modern white lattice and a staircase that leads to the relaxing deck and pool area.
A stone fire pit area provides a much-needed spot to warm up from the chilly temps and snow-filled days. Wooden adirondack chairs surround the area, making it ideal for entertaining or relaxing while taking in the views of the colorful mountains beyond.
With its modern glass front door, low pitch roof and vertical siding, the exterior of this home sets the perfect tone for its modern-meets-whimsical interior. Pale stone blends with the surrounding terrain, and native plants create a low-maintenance front yard.
A warm and inviting entrance inspired by the surrounding aspen forest greets its occupants and guests upon arrival. Reclaimed wood and organic rock cover the exterior of the home, channeling the neighboring mountains.
The rear of the home is just as inviting as the front with its reclaimed wood, large open windows and firepit area. Three natural stone chimneys add dimension while architectural details bring visual interest to the exterior.
Aerial View of Backyard and Rear of Mansion With Pool
This aerial view shows the rear of a mansion surrounded by trees with autumn foliage. The home features brick siding, large chimneys and dormer windows. The yard includes a pool and some tall, thin trees.
Mediterranean Estate with Pool, Spa, Outdoor Kitchen
This 11,400-square-foot Mediterranean-style estate is party-ready, with a pool, spa, outdoor kitchen and bar, cabana and multiple outdoor seating areas. Lush plantings provide privacy and connect the home to the surrounding coastal landscape. The 300-year-old roof tiles are sourced from an Italian castle.
Stone and glass blend on the facade of this modern home, which connects to its rugged, secluded site through its generous use of natural and organic materials, as well as broad expanses of glass that open the interiors to sweeping views. A stone fence creates a sinuous line that draws the eye to the clean, modern structure.
This house positions itself as a backdrop to a spectacular site, with a dense canopy of trees in the front and a steep ravine in the back. Architectural firm Specht Harpman's goal was to preserve the site's live oaks and redesign the home to take advantage of its natural landscape.