Impressive architecture and incredible interior design are the two central elements of these luxurious mountain homes. Each of these house defines luxury through both the exterior and the interior: a high-class interior design completes the unbelievable panoramic view of  the Mountains of Colorado. Enjoy our collection of 5 Most Beautiful Colorado Mountain Homes– inspired by nature, created with passion and sustained with love. As stately and bold as the trees that surround them, these luxury mountain homes honor their intimate connections to the land – connections expressed in the warmth and grace of each timber, each native stone and each extraordinary detail!

Surrounded by a staggering landscape, these luxury mountain home has gorgeous finishings. All the interiors are breezy and luminous, thanks to the glass walls that replace the regular ones. The houses are flooded by light, offering also a beautiful view over the inspiring site.

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1. Folly Farm by Surround Architecture

Folly Farm was designed by Surround Architecture, and it is located in Boulder, Colorado, USA. The home mixes rustic and elegant elements seamlessly, giving the home an air of rugged sophistication that is very striking.


2. Aspen Art House by Stonefox Design

New York City and Aspen-based studio Stonefox Design has completed the renovation of this 1980s home located in Aspen, Colorado, USA.

Chris Stone and David Fox designed the house and selected the furnishings, about half of which are original Stonefox designs. “We had to create strong interiors to stand up to the art,” Fox said. The resulting light/dark palette is accented with rich, natural wood and cool gray stone. Large windows bring tremendous views of Colorado’s majestic Independence Pass and plenty of natural light.
The open spaces—even the see-through fireplace—allow glimpses of various pieces, including Damien Hirst’s “Beautiful, Lovely My Little Pony Stardust” and Edward Ruscha’s “It’s Ridiculous”, from throughout the house. The central stair pivots around an 18-foot-tall column by Jenny Holzer, commissioned by the client in collaboration with Stonefox.
The owners, both of whom serve on art museum boards internationally, wanted a house that expressed their tastes and their artistic passions. The art and architecture, together, set up a discourse on the international art scene that is intimate, challenging, cerebral, and, at times, humorous.”

3. Wildcat Ridge Residence by Voorsanger Architects

America has many spectacular sites but this property is unique among them. The site is located at an elevation of 9,200 feet and had already been excavated for a discontinued residential project. Our normal preoccupation with not impacting the landscape reverted here to rehabilitating and reforesting the uprooted site. This was not a situation where capturing the landscape was the challenge but providing a major sustainable architecture in such a fragile but challenging environment. Designed by Voorsanger Architects, the landscape itself is so dominant, spectacular, and immediate, with its alpine vistas on the horizon the design called for an architecture that moved the scale of the exterior into the interior.

The design evolved by following the longitudinal parallel of the crest of the mountain, with the public rooms, study, and master bedroom oriented west toward dramatic views. The guest bedrooms have an eastern orientation with views of the receding mountain ranges. The house is two hundred forty feet long, bisected down its length by a twelve-foot stone wall of moss rock. Entering the house, the major rooms are on the left, accessible by a gallery parallel to the wall, on the right. This area is entirely free of columns, structured in long spans by a folded plate design with ceiling heights starting at twelve feet and ascending to thirty feet. The floors, walls, and ceilings are clad in black walnut, and the exterior of local sandstone and stucco.

4. The Fourmile Sky House by THA Architecture

Designed by Portland-based studio THA Architecture, the Fourmile Sky House was built by Cornerstone Contracting. This modern house sits at an elevation of 7,000 feet in the mountains just west of Boulder, Colorado, USA. In September 2010, the Fourmile Canyon fire in Colorado destroyed 169 homes, including the Fry’s one. Evan Fry and his wife Melissa decided to stay in the area and their new home was completed three year after the disaster. “The first day, when we moved in, was the best day of my life,” Fry said.

5. Renée del Gaudio Designs a Sunshine Canyon House in the Boulder Mountains of Colorado

This cabin, located in the Boulder Mountains in Colorado, USA, has a total area of 2,760 ft2 and was constructed by Renée del Gaudio in 2013. One look at the spectacular vistas, which include a 360º view of the mountains, and we’re left without any doubts that this is a more than beautiful location. Constructed on the very top of a hill, it includes two separate levels. On the first floor, we’ll find the bedrooms; on the second floor, we’ll find the more social areas of the home – the living and dining rooms, and the kitchen. From there and through the numerous glass walls, we can admire the magnificent view its location gives us