- 6 Beds
- 2 Full, 4 3/4, 2 Half Baths
New mountain contemporary home under construction and situated in a private and protected setting within this exclusive gated neighborhood. Long range filtered views of the mountains and beyond are enjoyed from this peaceful meadow setting encircled by a graceful blend of aspen trees. This two-story home is highlighted by expansive outdoor living, floor-to-ceiling windows and rich finishes throughout. Main-level master, as well as a large family room and an “anything room” that can be used for a workout room, wine cellar or theater. 3-car garage, air conditioning. A most inspirational home! Completion scheduled for May, 2020. Architecture by Kurt Segerberg; built by JP Sunderland.
1770 Paintbrush | Homestead 33 - Virtual Tour
1770 Paintbrush | Homestead 33 - Floorplans
1770 Paintbrush | Homestead 33 - Site Plan
1770 Paintbrush | Homestead 33 - Elevations
1770 Paintbrush | Homestead 33 - Homesite Map
1770 Paintbrush | Homestead 33 - ILC (Improvement Location Certificate)
1770 Paintbrush | Homestead 33 - Site Map
1770 Paintbrush | Homestead 33 - Vicinity Plan
1770 Paintbrush | Homestead 33 - Specifications
1770 Paintbrush | Homestead 33 - Interior Finishes
1770 Paintbrush | Homestead 33 - Finishes Document
About Mountain Star
For buyers seeking exclusivity with a view, Mountain Star is a community with just 90 homesteads across 1,300 acres of rolling meadows, sage hills and forested glades. With a development philosophy that thoughtfully integrates these single-family homes with their beautiful, natural surroundings, Mountain Star’s sense of place feels less like a gated development of homes and more like an escape within nature. Privacy and serenity are felt throughout the community, where cross-country trails for hiking and biking allow residents an abundance of places to explore. It’s just minutes from Avon, Beaver Creek and Vail, yet it’s one of the valley’s best-kept secrets. Mountain Star is a place where understated opulence sits tucked into the trees and atop the hillside, where views of the Gore and Sawatch Mountain Ranges can erase the hustle and bustle in the valley below.