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Edgy Colorado Mountain House Blends Industrial Chic Style with Ski Touches

Luxury amenities include heated floors and a wine room

Located in the mountain suburb of Evergreen, Colorado, about 40 minutes west of Denver, this 4-bedroom, 4-bath house asking $1,788,000 brings industrial chic to the high country. Industrial-style contemporaries are rare in the Colorado alpine, so the listing's 5,400-square-feet of beauty has us charmed.

The main home, built in 2007, is framed with over 65 tons of weathering steel and the exterior walls are made from 18-gauge corrugated steel panels. Inside, you'll find an open floorplan with plenty of metal, heated concrete floors, and rust accents. Abundant lighting and huge windows allow for big mountain views in the kitchen and dining areas, while the master bedroom is cozier with a gorgeous fireplace and on-suite bathroom.

A hip wine fridge, inviting atrium filled with plants, private 1,625-square-foot studio, huge garage, and lofted custom gym complete the long list of amenities. But what sets this listing apart are the small things that pay homage to ski country: the property's steel exterior structure looks similar to many tram stations, the two hanging sofas echo chairlifts, and the metal flooring upstairs harkens to ski stairs everywhere.

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