Cool Homes – Architectural Freedom in how we live in our real estate.
Living in a mountain town like Steamboat Springs, many people think they want a rustic, mountain style home. But things are changing.
It’s not that often that a particular home catches my eye. Yet every once and a while I tour a home something really stands out. Maybe it’s just the look of the home. Or maybe the architectural style has pushed the boundaries a bit. Or something about the home just resinates as being different. Either way, I love discovering these cool homes and taking note of them.
Here’s some pictures of a Steamboat Springs home in Old Town.
When I see interesting styles, I always wonder how it came to be and who was behind it and what it was that inspired them. In Steamboat, the style of home is very mountain-like and thrown into the mix is our western roots. So it’s not often that something really catches my eye. But more and more I’m starting to see more aspects of modern architecture creeping into new construction. The overall style and theme of the home might sit perfectly as a “mountain style home” but there might be a roof line or a material used that shines like budding flower waiting to explode.
The home above sold in 3 days in Steamboat Springs in the early summer of 2011. Which represented another verification in thisacceptance of modern or cool home.
And I just have to make a comment about a home I see every time I drive to Denver. And finally my kid asked me so many questions about it I just had to look it up.
The “Sleeper” home as it’s called was featured in a Woody Allen movie back the the 70’s. And as it turned out, like many real estate owners as of late, they too had financial issues and lost the home a year ago to the bank. It sold at a foreclosure auction back in 2010 for 1.5 million.
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