The owners carefully planned design along with the acclaimed architect Boris Baranovich, during three years of intensive work. Hence, the 21,000 square feet of interior spaces are nicely linked to the extensive outdoor areas. Villa has at its disposal 11 and half bathrooms and 5 bedrooms. French doors and humongous mahogany windows boasts while you approaching the villa, which can be reached via a half-moon driveway and cul-de-sac. This true Lakeside Grandeur shimmers with Venetian plaster walls, stalwart, 10 to 15 feet high ceilings, Rocky Mountains amenities, as many as ten differently styled fireplaces and majestic reclaimed floors and timbers. The dining room is pretty spacious since can host more than 40 people, as well as living room.
The main floor includes a breakfast room ornamental covered with a gorgeous groin-vaulted plaster ceiling, fully equipped butler’s room, Christopher Peacock kitchen and a light-flooded family room with stone fireplace. The reception hall, coated in limestone and featuring a 500 year old imported door, originating from the Far East, leads to a verandah and a taproom.
Of course, luxurious property can’t be without amazing pool, in this case surrounded with lemon trees, fig trees, all sorts of seasonal vegetables, perennials and herbs and ambient lush forest, where you can relax waiting for your butler to prepare some food for you and your friends. The property also boasts a tennis court, bocce-petanque court, spa and a large heated pool, all nicely placed along the South lawn. [Tamar Lurie]