1109 Vail Valley Drive focuses on luxury and entertaining
Opportunity and timing are key components in the real estate market and at 1109 Vail Valley Drive you’ll find an incomparable, timeless masterpiece that encompasses quality, style, location and convenience.
This Mediterranean style home was conceived and designed by the current seller, who has lived in the Vail Valley for years. She thought of every detail when it comes to entertaining and making everyone feel comfortable in the home. In working with the architects, masons, interior designers and other specialists, no detail was left out.
That detail is felt in every single room. From having one of the Labradorite countertops in the kitchen heated to keep your arms warm on a chilly morning and an impressive dressing room that is adorned with floor-to-ceiling mirrored doors, a refrigerator, ice maker and a closet carousel perfect for rotating your seasonal clothes, to having a backlit, white onyx countertop on the cocktail bar, the attention to detail is amazing.
Many holiday celebrations, parties and fundraisers have been hosted at this home. The flow from the indoors to the outdoors through the out-swing custom French doors allows guests to move freely to the patio to view the award winning gardens, reflection pool and waterfalls. The balcony overlooking the patio is wired for sound to accommodate a six-to-seven piece band.
Beyond the luxury, there’s also convenience. Situated on the west end of the Vail golf course, the home offers walkability to the Ford Amphitheater, Golden Peak and downtown Vail Village.
But a house like this won’t last long. “We go through these periods of time where we really don’t see magnificent homes like this come on the market,” said Tye Stockton, of The Stockton Group of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty. “Once it sells, this home may not come back on the market and be available again for many years at any cost.”
Visit this home and experience the luxury and detail for yourself at an open house on Thursday, August 30 from 12 to 4 p.m. Or contact Tye Stockton at 970.470.6212 and view more details at http://www.1109vailvalley.com.
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