Rare 10-Acre Luxury Retreat Up For Grabs In Historic Evergreen

Casey Karsh Perry – People of LIV
June 19, 2019
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LIV Sotheby’s International Realty broker Kerry Endsley has listed a rare, 10-acre custom retreat in historic Evergreen for $3 million, complete with waterfalls, wine grotto, and abundant indoor-outdoor entertaining.

“This 10-acre property is an exceptional mountain residence with easy year-round access in an idyllic Evergreen setting,” said Endsley. “It’s located in an exclusive gated community close to I-70, yet affords complete privacy, and sits only 45 minutes to world-class ski resorts, and the vibrant arts and cultural attractions of downtown Denver.”

The five-bedroom, five-full-and-one-half-bathroom estate rests at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, affording panoramic views at every turn and remarkable spaces to entertain. An elegant sunken hot tub captures the property’s impressive views, while a stone fire pit, large game room, and generous parking are ideal for guests.

Residents are treated to a gracious 8,261-square-foot interior filled with natural light that pours from floor-to-ceiling walls of glass bringing the outdoors in. The home sleeps ten comfortably and boasts a two-story great room with stone fireplace, a gourmet chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances and walk-in pantry, and a spacious upper level with three guest suites, sitting room, custom bar, private decks, and steam shower.

From the sophisticated tree-top master, you can hear the sounds of nature and a tranquil waterfall. A spa-quality bath and massive walk-in closet add to the experience. There is also a private library, formal dining area, main floor en suite bedroom, and oversized four-car-garage.

“Living here allows people to enjoy a private secluded address with all the charms of a historic mountain town,” added Endsely.

Evergreen’s rich history spans from the vast wilderness of the Ute and Arapahoe to the early gold rush days, which brought its first settlers in the 1860s. Today, the historic town is a thriving mountain enclave with a village-like atmosphere along downtown’s Main Street. The area is rife with an eclectic mix of restaurants, retail shops, art galleries, and offices. The world-famous Little Bear Saloon, and El Rancho – the only American restaurant with its own highway exit – are among the town highlights.

For more information on 34750 Fox Ridge Road contact Kerry Endsley of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty at 303-570-0267 or visit www.kerryendsley.com.

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