Situated on 2.5 acres facing the iconic Cherry Hills Country Club, this custom home designed by Semple Brown Architects of Denver is one of only 28 homes adjacent to the course. The sellers traveled to the Hill Country of Texas for architectural inspiration and translated their discoveries into the design of the home. Constructed from Texas Limestone and master crafted stucco, the design utilizes a modern frame infused with warm touches of wooden beamed ceilings and surrounded by comfortable patio spaces. The home was completed in 2014 after 2 and 1/2 years of design and construction. The only home on the course built in the last decade, every design decision considered its setting overlooking the 17th tee box to maximize the views to be enjoyed from both the indoor and outdoor living spaces.
The end result is a carefully organized floor plan designed to enhance access to porches and expansive views of the surrounding landscape and mature trees. The space is divided into public and private zones, linked together by a daylight-infused hallway and foyer that simultaneously reveal glimpses of the home’s sculptural stair and gardens outside. Deep overhangs and oversized glass windows and doors allow for various degrees of alfresco activities and the hosting of family and friends throughout every season.
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