Carbondale. This 1,351-square-foot, two-bedroom shipping container home stands on 35 acres of irrigated pasture, with 360-degree views of Mount Sopris and the Roaring Fork Valley. Built in 2016 of four containers, it has been retrofitted with floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors, spa-style bathrooms, a spiral staircase, and multiple balconies.

A secret hatch in the house leads 25 feet below to a large underground bunker with an air-exchange system, running water, and lighting. $1,475,000. Bryan Cournoyer, Douglas Elliman, (970) 274-1497.

Gunnison. Powderhorn Ranch is a 2,117-acre mountain property with views of the La Garita peaks and access to surrounding public lands. A five-bedroom off-the-grid lodge sits on a bluff above Beaver Creek and features a big stone fireplace, exposed beams and timber railings, a large dining area, and a wraparound covered deck.

The land includes aspen groves, meadows, and 250 acres of pasture; ponds, creeks, springs, and water rights; and abundant wildlife. $3,390,000. Cody Lujan, Hall and Hall, (970) 879-5544.

Denver. Architect Jacques Benedict built this brick Tudor in 1912, in what is now the Country Club Historic District. The six-bedroom home has leaded-glass windows; ornate ceilings and woodwork; a chef’s kitchen; and a main suite with marble bath, …read more

Source:: The Week – Lifestyle


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