Many of us have fond memories growing up in our childhood homes. For me, it started when I was a baby, living in mobile homes on U.S. Marine Corps bases while my dad fought in various battles to defend our country. We then “moved on up” to a small four-bedroom two bath home with my four brothers and lots of neighborhood friends and antics. No matter the size of the house, it was always special. Fast forward to graduating from college to fulfill a yearning to be outdoors and I landed in the Rocky Mountains. I started a family and designed and built our own home. I’m witnessing the same progression as other families are seeing the light and deciding to set down roots in Telluride or at least get their feet wet with the purchase of a second home or ski condo. Living in the Rocky Mountains, in a historic town with incredible natural beauty and a ski area is a dream of many and a reality for a bit more than a lucky few. Telluride is hard to resist especially because of the great schools, close-knit community and of course highly ranked ski mountain and summer festivals. No matter your price range, there are options. Here are some notable homes in the town of Telluride:
This 3-bedroom home is a Telluride gem. It has an abundance of natural light due to the expansive use of glass throughout the whole house. It’s simplistic design and cozy appeal is thanks to the new hardscape, lawn, exterior deck, walk-out patio and fencing. It was designed with a comfortable, relaxing, and open floor plan for a more casual feel when entertaining guests. The spacious deck has a stunning view of the surrounding area especially of Wasclosatch and Ballard Peaks. There is an on-site parking pad which provides ample room for two cars. The existing footprint has not maxed out site coverage, and there is room for expansion with or without covered parking.
A fully furnished, 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home has recently been remodeled into a Victorian-style masterpiece. It is conveniently located between chair 7 & 8 and is just a short walk to shops, restaurants, and the downtown area. Your kids will surely love the spacious and fenced front lawn and backyard, where they can play all day in the safety of their own home. The outside deck has a spectacular view of the mountains and there is designated parking for 3 vehicles.
This 5-bedroom, 4-bathroom partially historic family home features breathtaking unobstructed southern views of the surrounding ski area from the two south facing decks off the dining room, living room, and the master bedroom suite. It also comes with a fully remodeled guest house located on the Colorado Pacific Alley. The main house has an enormous walk-out basement with south facing windows and a nanny’s apartment, while the guest house has one bedroom, one full bathroom and a loft. There is designated parking for 3 vehicles. The home is located on Colorado Avenue between the Telluride Gondola Station and Lift #7.