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FEATURED PROPERTY: 300 Elks Park special rooms

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NOTE: This property is sold fully furnished.

There are very few properties that when toured have client’s oohing and ahhing like 300 Elks Park. Located in the original Elk’s Club building on Telluride’s Colorado Avenue (main street), the building sits on the highest point of town, allowing for outstanding views of the surround mountains as well as the hustle and bustle of town.

 

When designing 300 Elks Park, Alan Wanzenberg and his team of architects and designers created a thoughtful collection of carefully proportioned, purposeful rooms that flawlessly flow from one into the next. Continue reading

FEATURED PROPERTY: 300 Elks Park outdoor space

NOTE: This property is sold fully furnished.

There are very few properties that when toured have client’s oohing and ahhing like 300 Elks Park. Located in the original Elk’s Club building on Telluride’s Colorado Avenue (main street), the building sits on the highest point of town, allowing for outstanding views of the surround mountains as well as the hustle and bustle of town.

With the indoor dining space opening up onto the west-facing deck, larger dinner parties can flow onto the stone patio which includes a fireplace, teak furniture and a blue Pyrolave table– one of three tables from this French company that quarries and customizes volcanic stone from the Nugere crater in the Auvergne region of south central France. Continue reading

FEATURED PROPERTY: 300 Elks Park kitchen and dining room

NOTE: This property is sold fully furnished.

There are very few properties that when toured have client’s oohing and ahhing like 300 Elks Park. Located in the original Elk’s Club building on Telluride’s Colorado Avenue (main street), the building sits on the highest point of town, allowing for outstanding views of the surround mountains as well as the hustle and bustle of town.

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The antique limestone flooring in the kitchen and dining area is reclaimed from European castles and hand-selected and numbered by the supplier, each stone maintains its authentic markings, providing a slumps into its historic past. Continue reading

FEATURED PROPERTY: 300 Elks Park bedrooms and bathrooms

NOTE: This property is sold fully furnished.

There are very few properties that when toured have client’s oohing and ahhing like 300 Elks Park. Located in the original Elk’s Club building on Telluride’s Colorado Avenue (main street), the building sits on the highest point of town, allowing for outstanding views of the surround mountains as well as the hustle and bustle of town.

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Today we continue the home tour of 300 Elks Park by exploring the bedroom and bathroom spaces. To see full coverage of this space, join us on our Instagram page! Elks Park’s north wing features two elegant guest rooms and a television room that converts to a third bedroom, all three with designated bathrooms. Continue reading

FEATURED PROPERTY: 300 Elks Park living room space

NOTE: This property is sold fully furnished.

There are very few properties that when toured have client’s oohing and ahhing like 300 Elks Park. Located in the original Elk’s Club building on Telluride’s Colorado Avenue (main street), the building sits on the highest point of town, allowing for outstanding views of the surround mountains as well as the hustle and bustle of town.

300 Elks Park living room

Today we begin the home tour of 300 Elks Park by exploring the living room space. Elks Park’s 1,100-square-foot living room is essentially three rooms in one, with intimate gathering spaces fostering warmth, intimacy and relaxation. Its vastness is supported by load-bearing beams that span the ceiling. Continue reading

FEATURED PROPERTY: 300 Elks Park penthouse wows

There are very few properties that when toured have client’s oohing and ahhing like 300 Elks Park. Located in the original Elk’s Club building on Telluride’s Colorado Avenue (main street), the building sits on the highest point of town, allowing for outstanding views of the surround mountains as well as the hustle and bustle of town.

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Elks Park Dining and Kitchen Island Area

This peerless four-bedroom penthouse boasts sweeping 360-degree views of the world’s most magnificent box canyon. Conceived by renowned New York architect and designer Alan Wanzenberg and built by Telluride’s Fortenberry and Ricks Construction, this property encompasses the entire top floor of the Elks Building. The quality, design and location are second to none. Continue reading

FEATURED PROPERTY: Mountain Village Must See

There is something truly magical about the Town of Mountain Village. Sitting just above the town of Telluride, the beauty of the mountains that surround the town are breathtaking and expansive, allowing views of the Wilson Mountain Range to the southwest and the La Sal Mountains to the west in Utah, as far as the eye can see (hence the Telluride Ski Resort’s See Forever run). For those who feel the need for a more expansive setting, owning a home in this ski resort area is a must.

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Our featured property for this week is a beautiful ski-in/ski-out residence, 581 Mountain Village Boulevard, Unit B. This property sits in an ideal location, being adjacent to the Mountain Village core (town center) and within a short walking distance to the free gondola that connects Mountain Village to the town of Telluride. The 3,594 square foot home features four beautiful bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and offers fireplaces throughout. With elevator access to all floors, the multi-story home is accessible to all.

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Want to see more on this amazing home? Follow us on Facebook and Instagram all this week for daily videos, photos and more details and search for all of the content on this property by search the hashtag #581MVillageBlvd.

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FEATURED PROPERTY: Beautiful Home on Telluride Main Street

For all of those who have visited Telluride, it’s easy to day dream about what it would be like to live in the Box Canyon. Waking up to magnificent views, skiing all winter, enjoying the festival music all summer. Not to mention the hiking, biking, rafting, fly fishing–just a few of the activities you could enjoy if you lived here year-round.

Well what’s stopping you? Here at Telluride Luxury we are lucky enough to have incredible properties on our list. This week we are featuring an amazing historic home located on Telluride’s Main Street, Colorado Avenue. Built in 1900, the single-family home at 445 West Colorado Avenue, was constructed at the height of the mining-boom that swept across the Western United States. During 1900, Telluride hit a populous high of 2,446, more than current numbers. The home was more than likely an outcome of this growth.

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The home features a beautiful, rustic-style remodel that was completed in 1998. Sitting high on the north side of Colorado Avenue, the house brings in outstanding views of the Telluride Ski Resort, Ballard Peak, Ajax and more as well as ample natural lighting throughout the day. With large southern-facing windows, you can watch the hustle and bustle of town while being away from the noise of foot traffic of town center. Another perk of this amazing home is the additional guest house. As anyone living in a resort town can attest, you live in paradise, your friends will want to come and visit! This additional space can be used for family and friends visiting, as a rental unit or for your own pleasure (art studio? mini vacation from the kids?).

Like what you see? Contact broker Rosie Cusack to get more information about this historic property via email, rosie@rosiecusack.com or by phone, 970.728.0461.

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Want to see more on this amazing home? Check out our Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest or Google+ accounts and search for the hashtag #445WestColorado to see videos, photos and descriptions of the home details.

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The Wall Street Journal: Elks Lodge Turned Loft

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL:

“The owner, Joanne Brown, 66, purchased the third floor of this former Elks Lodge in Telluride, Colo., through a limited-liability company in 2003 for $2.175 million, according to public records. She and her husband, Harmon Brown, 80 renovated the top-floor space into a more than 6,200-square-foot luxury apartment around 2004.”

Read more about this amazing property at The Wall Street Journal or explore it in depth at 300elkspark.com.

Let us know if you have any questions!