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Location: Telluride, Colo.
The Skinny: It was just yesterday that antique barn interiors of a stone mansion popped up in Greenwich, Conn., but the strange phenomenon is apparently not limited to New England. This mountaintop castle on the outskirts of Telluride, Colo., completed in 2003, incorporates elements of a "pre-Civil War barn dismantled and re-built on site" Set on a spectacular 35-acre plot with jaw-dropping views of the Rockies, the 12,000-square-foot Catmando estate includes five bedrooms, six baths, a stellar observatory, a gym, more than 10,000 square feet of patios and decks "connected by Bhutanese style bridge," a tennis court, spring-fed pond, and "16 miles of hand laid trails." Listed last week, the sprawling compound is currently asking $10.95M.
· 685 Wilson Way [Zillow]
· There's a Barn Hiding Behind This Staid Stone Facade [Curbed National]