Gorgeous Colorado Cabin Secluded Among the Trees

Gorgeous Colorado Cabin Secluded Among the Trees

With nearly 2000 acres of skiable terrain, Beaver Creek Resort in Colorado is one of the most desirable winter recreation areas in the U.S. While condos and hotels abound in the area and in the surrounding mountain regions, there is nothing quite as luxurious as curling up in front of your own private fireplace in a sprawling mountain cabin after a long day on the slopes. Like our recent post featuring a Canadian ski retreat, this Colorado cabin is a far cry from the rustic mountain homes of yore. With five bedrooms and five baths, this Beaver Creek cabin is a beacon of warmth and natural beauty in both the winter and the summer.

The house is one of the original homes in the Beaver Creek area, having been built in 1983 when the resort was much less developed than it is today. The home sits on 1.11 acres and features a number of luxury amenities starting with this gorgeous pitched roof living room.

The natural wood throughout the shared living space gives it a timeless rustic feeling while huge windows give majestic views out into the surrounding forests. The architect has even managed to bring the forest indoors with a large planter featuring trees that stretch up to the vaulted ceilings.

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The home is listed on Zillow.

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