This new construction home tucked into the epicenter of the box canyon has the perfect name— Stone’s Throw. Meaning you’re never more than a stone’s throw away from all the magic and exhilaration of historic downtown Telluride. The gondola and the excitement of Colorado Avenue are both about a block away. Your whole crew will love the luxurious, open floor plan, contemporary mountain design, and panoramic views of the Rockies— while still enjoying the private vibes of a secluded mountain chateau.
Casual, Contemporary Colorado Luxury
The glass front door is set into a wood plank facade, while steel beams add a modern, industrial curb appeal. Through the front door lies a large mudroom with tons of custom storage for stowing your ski equipment or hiking gear. The wide-open living space is located up one flight of stairs. Crisp, white cathedral ceilings are illuminated with bright and airy skylights. Black metal beams provide support and a lovely contrasting design. The deep sectional sofa faces a wall of floating open shelves surrounding a flatscreen television and a cozy electric fireplace. A spacious round dining table has seating for six people. Outside through the glass door, a sun-drenched patio area faces the bustling neighborhood, and the mountain peaks beyond.
Light wood cabinets— including a paneled refrigerator— in the kitchen keep with the bright and airy feel of the great room space. Slabs of classic Carerra marble create gleaming, ample workspaces. Floating, open shelving gives the kitchen a chic style while also providing storage for the sparkling glassware.
Private Bedroom Sanctuaries
Down the stairway on the first level is the master suite. This private retreat has a dramatic, four-poster, king-size bed and is enveloped in pristine white linens. The ensuite master bathroom features a huge soaking tub with more Carerra marble tiles and makes a luxurious, private spot to relax and regroup after a long day on the hiking trails or the ski slopes. The master bathroom also has a glass-enclosed step-in shower with an overhead rain shower head and a double vanity.
Two more private guest bedrooms have queen-size beds. On a lower level, a comfortable and relaxed media room/den has elegant recessed lighting, a tray ceiling, and eclectic, colorful artwork. The neutral sofa faces the flatscreen television, and a circular dining table makes a great spot for board games, puzzles, or card games.
Rocky Mountain Refuge
When you’re ready to venture out to explore the beautiful box canyon, you’re only a block away from the mouthwatering fine dining, casual coffee shops, and interesting shopping of Colorado Avenue— literally a Stone’s Throw away. The gondola, hiking trails, and ski slopes are also close by— plus you’ll have show-stopping, front-row views of the Rocky Mountains from your front porch. Stone’s Throw allows you to experience that prime box canyon combination of a private mountain elegance and ski resort convenience.
It's in the Details
- Bed Linens
- Wireless Internet
- Carbon Monoxide Detector
- Extra Pillows & Blankets
- Iron & Ironing Board
- Smoke Detector
- Other: Concierge