164 Imperial Way is a stunning 6-bedroom/6.5 bath home in the new Muggins Gulch subdivision, an exclusive community of 9 homes just moments from downtown. New West Partners completed this home in late summer of 2017, and it was a popular entrant in the 2017 Summit County Builders Association Parade of Homes. Designed by Allen-Guerra Architects, this mountain-modern retreat has incredible views from the moment you step inside.
As you enter through a 9’ front door into the great room, you're greeted by stunning views of the valley and Ten Mile Range through the wall of windows that open to expansive decks. Surrounded by Doug Fir ceiling beams, Mafi white oak floors, and an enormous stone fireplace, the open concept of this home is going to be an entertainer's dream. It doesn't hurt to have an enormous chef's kitchen just off to the side with appliances from Miele and Wolf. Nor does it hurt to have an amazing covered deck and gas fireplace to toast another gorgeous day's end with friends and family.
Outside, Muggins Gulch is a nature-lover's dream come true. With the famous Colorado Trail winding through the subdivision, one can jump on their bike or take a stroll on foot through some of the most scenic trail systems in the country.
Features like floating sinks and an optional elevator adorn this multi-suite 7,230 square foot home, but it's the walls and walls of seemingly endless windows and viewscapes that will take your breath away that make all of us at New West Partners beam with pride at its completion.
This property is currently for sale, we invite you to inquire with Richard Wallace at Breckenridge Associates about this or other properties in this exclusive retreat.