This stunning mountain home located just west of Denver, Colorado seems to defy being categorized. The outside is linear and ranch-style – a bit of a mid-century feel – but also has some cottage-y elements with the decorative green trim and cupola-like thing jutting out from the roofline.
Recently sold for $640,000, this 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom 4,344 square foot home overlooks the city skyline of Denver to the east:
And gentle alpine hills in the other direction:
Much of the interior design was “inspired by Swedish painter Carl Larsson,” according to the former listing agent Linda Pinkul of Mountain Homes of Denver.
Let’s have a look…
The great room is stunning with its vaulted ceilings, clerestory windows and “premium Australian Cypress wood floors.”
It also boasts a massive floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace:
Love, love LOVE the sage-green paint color in combination with the stone fireplace and warm wood floors!
In the kitchen, you start to see some of the seller’s artistic handiwork:
The butler’s pantry features even more ornately painted cabinets:
By the time we get to the first floor half-bathroom, the artist really starts to let loose those folkloric Scandinavian muses:
Right out of a storybook!
The story continues in the master suite…
How about that carpet??
But it gets even better:
Wow! (I can’t stop staring at that unmade bed!)
But the sitting area in the master suite is quaint and cozy:
The small gas-burning royal blue stove gives the room a very European feel:
The 5-piece master bath is comfy yet spacious…
The staircase down to the lower level is completely charming and has a distinct ‘olde world’ flavor:
The stairs lead down to a lower level that includes a cozy family room with another large stone fireplace:
Overall, I love this house.
Although… I do struggle with how to stylistically describe the place. Clearly, an artistic soul (probably of Scandinavian origin) lived here.
You can see additional pictures in the full listing here.