Nestled in a new master-planned community in the heart of Colorado’s Vail Valley, the Clementine House is the largest of residence plans featuring an Agrarian architectural character, while the Edington House provides a Modern architectural character option of the same plan. This expansive home boasts five bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, and two two-car garages with built-in workshop areas. The total living space is 6,507 square feet with a combined outdoor living area of 1,736 square feet of terrace and deck.
First-floor spaces include a private, guest suite opposite from the main house and off of the main entry. A formal living and dining room connects to outdoor spaces for indoor/outdoor entertaining, with a butler's pantry and wine cellar being centrally located as a transitional element from the formal entertainment spaces to the kitchen, which ultimately, opens up to the family’s great room. Second-floor spaces offer more intimacy, where the rest of the bedrooms are located, including the primary suite, two indoor flex use spaces, and an exercise deck. A detached cabana offers additional relaxation away from the home.