This space-age-looking contemporary was built in 2009 blends styles from Palm Springs modern to Hollywood Regency, with splashes of Art Moderne and Bauhaus, as well as some elements that real estate agents tend to call “soft contemporary.”
That sounds like it might make for the kind of terrible mashup for which the delicate euphemism “eclectic” is often deployed, but in reality, it’s quite quite the opposite: A home both stunning and inviting.
Located in the small Edgemont neighborhood between Mount Bonnell Terrace and the Colorado Foothills, the 4,064-square-foot, one-story residence spreads out in two wings across almost half an acre of land that backs to the greenbelt.
The design allows for a variety of living and entertaining options, as the home has three living rooms, two dining rooms, a butler’s pantry, a wet bar, and several patios and outdoor entertainment areas, as well as three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms.
The kitchen has a butler’s pantry, and the home has a wet bar, a study, and a media room.
Both formal and informal dining areas have a streamlined moderne look.
The master bathroom has a double vanity, separate tub, and walk-in shower, and the suite has a walk-in closet and dressing room as well.
Greenery and stylish walls, gates, and fencing offer outdoor living areas and privacy.
• 3406 Cascadera [Dave van Heuven, Van Heuven Properties]