The newest project that Ivan Stanley Fine Home Builders is embarking upon is in the esteemed Shock Hill Neighborhood of Breckenridge, Colorado. The Shock Hill Neighborhood sits above the center of the Town of Breckenridge, between town center and the Breckenridge Ski Area. With its own mid-station gondola access, the Shock Hill Neighborhood is one stop away from the Peak 7 Gondola Stop and one stop from the center of the Town of Breckenridge. Nordic Skiing, snowshoeing and hiking are easily accessed in the Cucumber Gulch which includes 188 acres of open space and a huge variety of trails.
This new custom home takes the term “spec” home to a whole new level. This traditional ski chalet is infused with modern style accents creating a warm and inviting atmosphere that is up on the times. The Looking Glass Residence will finish with approximately 5,000 square feet of finished living space. The main entryway opens into a grand dining and great room with an open floorplan including a spectacular kitchen. The 60" Isokern masonry style fireplace in the Great Room provides an eye-catching focal point that is perfect for curling up and reading your favorite book or warming up after a day in the snow. The operable floor to ceiling glass wall off the Great Room folds open onto a deck, extending the living and dining space into the outdoors. This outdoor living environment will be a perfect place for dining outdoors, relaxing on the deck or simply absorbing the grand view of the Ten Mile Range.
With 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and an office, the 2-story home includes a laundry room on each level for optimal convenience and functionality. The lower level rec room including wine cellar and wet bar make this home perfect for entertaining or relaxing after a day on the slopes. The three fireplaces provide a warmth and ambiance that is essential in a luxury vacation home. The rustic and refined interior will include reclaimed interior wood accents throughout. The floorplan is open and airy with the main living area opening to the loft style second floor.
To get a jump on the building season, construction began in January with progress being made as weather permitted. With spring in the air, the building will kick into gear and the progress will begin to move quickly. As Jeremy and his crew of talented subcontractors make milestones, will will continue to update you. We are anticipating completion in the Spring of 2018. Stay tuned for additional details and updates!