As long summer nights slowly begin to fade into crisp autumn afternoons, Colorado flaunts its natural splendor with a vibrant display of fall foliage and clear blue skies. Magnificent shades of red, yellow, and orange consume the expansive Rocky Mountain terrain, marking a beautiful beginning to the season. Locals embrace the change, as the milder temperatures provide perfect conditions to venture outdoors. In Colorado, fall is the time to experience some of the the worlds best hiking, climbing, rafting, mountaineering, and fly-fishing. In a state where year-round outdoor adventures are at your fingertips, the town of Telluride isall encompassing.
Surrounded by the mastadon peaks of the Rocky Mountains, Telluride sits in a box canyon, nestled quietly away from the hustle and bustle of the outside world. A former Victorian mining town, today it is known for its world-famous festivals and highly regarded ski resort. In the warmer months, people flock from all over the world for festival fun, and in the winter they come itching to experience endless powder runs, scenic mountain views, and remarkable back-country terrain.
Remotely located with a small population, this historic mountain town is thriving with energy. Home to the Telluride Film Festival, it has become a destination for the arts and a low-key Hollywood hot-spot. Its unrelenting natural beauty and vibrant culture have inspired many well-known names to adopt it as the ideal spot for a second home.
Situated among towering spruce trees on the trailside of the Telluride Ski Resort, this beautiful, custom-crafted residence creates a dramatic yet tranquil mountain retreat. Designed by architect Michael Fuller, the home was Inspired by traditional Japanese farmhouse architecture. Immaculate details crafted with hand tools give shape to various rare and rugged materials throughout the house, and the open layout employs the calming principles of Feng Shui.
Directly sourced from a Japanese temple, hand-hewn fir timbers are positioned to frame awe-inspiring views of the surrounding mountain peaks. Clean interior lines throughout the home have been created with rich hardwoods, plaster, limestone, and quarried rock from China. Its distinctive woodwork, massive signature beams, and sliding shoji doors display exceptional levels of detail and timeless craftsmanship. A truly serene mountain hideaway, this Telluride home is a combination of sheer elegance and expert artistry.
222 San Joaquin Road, Telluride Colorado is represented by Bill Fandel of Telluride Sothebys International Realty. Click here to learn more about the property.
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