Encircled by aspen forests and public backwoods handles, the Mountain Laurel House envelopes living spaces in its park-like setting. The 3,668-square-foot living arrangement, planned by Eigelberger Architecture and Design, supplements its tough region with provincial wood cladding on the outside. Inside, its moderate white inside highlights 4 rooms, three full showers, and a media room. Custom millwork, European wood floors, and 12-foot roofs run all through, and its culinary specialist’s kitchen is equipped with Sub-Zero and Wolf apparatuses. To exploit the view, far-reaching dividers of coating grandstand perspectives on Aspen Mountain and Independence Pass to the inside while a 500-square-foot porch drenches occupants in the emotional scene. Click here for details about Mountain Laurel House.