- 5 Beds
- 5 Full, 3 Half
- 10,357 +/- Sqft
Blending 17th century French design with the scale of grand American lodges, dramatic residence nestled high on one of the most impressive ski-in/out sites in Bachelor Gulch, big Gore Range views. Featuring 600 tons of stone, offers one of the best quality/craftsmanship homes the Vail Valley has ever produced. The attention to detail is extraordinary and second to none: 7 fireplaces, amazing aprs-ski room reminiscent of old Europe, exercise room, a/c, 4-car garage & more...exquisitely furnished.
About Bachelor Gulch
Grand homes with exquisite mountain architecture featuring massive logs and rustic stonework make up the unmistakable sense of place found in Bachelor Gulch. Gated entrances offer an extra level of exclusivity, and there’s not a single property that doesn’t feature impressive views of the valley below and the jagged peaks of the Gore Mountain Range and Castle Peak in the distance. Bachelor Gulch has its own ski slopes, with a chairlift that serves the Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch, and trails that provide a village-to-village ski experience from Beaver Creek to Bachelor Gulch to Arrowhead. There’s also a gondola connection to the Westin Riverfront in Avon at the base of Bachelor Gulch. It’s the only residential ski neighborhood considered entirely on-mountain in the Vail Valley. While the Bachelor Gulch ski trails are part of Beaver Creek Resort, they feel much more private and less traveled. It’s easy for residents to head out for a few runs without a lot of fuss getting in and out of the resort. Ski trails offer excellent hiking and biking during the summer and fall months, and the pristine golf club in neighboring Beaver Creek features challenging holes and expansive views to round out summertime fun. Bachelor Gulch is perfect for the buyer looking for privacy and luxury. Bachelor Gulch real estate is mostly known for high-end single-family homes, but luxury condominiums and fractional units are available through the residence club at the Ritz-Carlton® Bachelor Gulch.