A massive and extravagant 12,400-square-foot mountainside glass house in Boulder, Colorado has listed for $12 million.
Made up of six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, the home has been pegged as an “architectural triumph” overlooking the Flatirons mountains.
Bordered by Chautauqua Park, the property spans four levels built with glass, stone, steel and wood — and stands on 1.2 acres of land.
Features include a three-story elevator, four fireplaces, floor heating, multiple outdoor terraces and mountain views.
The gourmet kitchen and living spaces feature soaring floor-to-ceiling glass windows.
The focal point of the home includes a stone monolith with water features spanning the length of the kitchen and dining areas. A private balcony lies off the formal dining room for easy indoor-outdoor access, according to the listing.
Accessed by a glass staircase that floats above a koi point, the primary suite boasts mountain and city views with a glass-walled sitting room, a private patio and a marble-clad bathroom with a soaking tub.
Amenities include a heated driveway, two offices, a home theater, a game room, a spa, a steam shower, a hot tub and a cold plunge.
Additionally, there’s a two-story guest house with a private deck and an attached garage.
Hunter Jorgensen and Patrick Brown with Compass hold the listing.
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