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Sleek central contemporary wants $2.8M

New build in Colorado Foothills

entrance to contemporary home with banded wooden walls on each side, view down middle to back windows, glass front door, flat overhanging porch roof, gray stone walkway
3409 Foothills Terrace
Gottesman Residential Real Estate

Located on a quiet, tree-lined street in the Colorado Foothills subdivision between Highland Park West and Tarrytown, this multileveled 2016 home is inviting and peaceful.

Its rather grand, custom front door, made of steel and glass, leads into an open living room and kitchen with floor-to-ceiling windows offering a sightline and gathering light from the front through the back of the house.

An open plan and gourmet kitchen that is lined by floor-to-ceiling windows enhances the light, airy effect, while warm wood floors and cabinets counter the white-box effect that has overcome many a contemporary. The living area also features a fireplace

An expansive master suite on the first floor opens on to a covered patio in back; there is also a private study and and oversized laundry on that floor.

The 5,018-square-foot home has a total of four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. The three upstairs bedrooms all have ensuite bathrooms.

The home opens up in back to a an outdoor living and grilling area featuring steel and Ipe in clean lines and overlooking the fenced, private back yard with room for a pool.

3409 Foothill Terrace [Nicole Kessler, Gottesman Residential Real Estate]