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A Rocky Mountain Home With Dynamite Views

This Breckenridge retreat pays homage to Colorado living, with natural materials and full window walls.

Photos by Darren Edwards Photography

This mountain-lover’s dream home appears as if it’s almost entirely windows—and rightly so. These homeowners don’t have to forego Colorado’s wondrous natural beauty when they go inside; instead, Mother Nature follows them indoors with stunning panoramic views from the home’s Breckenridge perch.

Expansive yet intimate views of the valley below fully line the rear exterior of the home, inviting breathtaking scenes into public gathering spaces like the great room, dining area, and kitchen. A large stone fireplace, along with wooden flooring and ceiling beams, underscore this mountain-modern theme.

The views continue into more private areas like the home’s guest rooms and master suite. Waking up to such incredible sights not only pays homage to the adventure of living in the mountains, but it also serves as a visual meditation of sorts—a serene and peaceful way to start and end each day while viewing one of the biggest blessings of living in Colorado.

Penny Goodpaster is the Colorado Regional Manager for Sierra Pacific Windows, a company that provides strikingly innovative windows and doors, crafted with time-tested attention to detail. View their profile or contact Penny at 303.465.4676.

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