A One-Of-A-Kind Wine Vault in Beaver Creek Completes a Home

Photography by Ryan Dearth | Published in the 2018/19 Holiday issue of Vail Beaver Creek Magazine Outside a Tuscan-style villa at the end of a cul de sac off Beaver Creek’s Village Road, Tiberius—a life-size bronze of a laughing, wine bottle–wielding bear, stands guard at the front door of Casa Di Montagna Della Rotella, the mountain home of […]

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A Peek at Vail Resorts’ On-Mountain Signature Clubs

Published in the Holiday 2017/2018 issue of Vail-Beaver Creek Magazine  Living in this valley may be luxury for most, but Vail Resorts’ signature clubs serve as high-end portals to Vail and Beaver Creek Mountain with valet parking, and access to slopeside clubhouses in Vail Village, Lionshead, Beaver Creek, and Arrowhead Village. Club amenities include changing rooms, ski lockers, […]

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A Historic Vail Village Home Gets a 21st Century Restoration

Photography by Kimberly Gavin | Published in the Holiday 2017/2018 issue of Vail-Beaver Creek Magazine Walls might not talk, but in the Basshaus—a 1960s-era A-frame off Vail Village’s Mill Creek Circle—the black-and-white photos hanging in the great room speak volumes. Just outside the master bedroom (where a brass plaque on the door proclaims, “GERALD R. […]

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A Singletree Masterpiece That Pushes The Boundaries of Custom

Photography by Kimberly Gavin | Published in the Summer/Fall 2018 issue of Vail-Beaver Creek Magazine When Todd and Mandy Robison bought an odd-shaped, nearly half-acre lot at the corner of Foal Drive and Winslow Road in Edwards, they knew exactly what they were getting themselves into. One of the last undeveloped parcels remaining in Singletree’s tony Sonnenalp […]

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A Peek Inside a Walden Pond-Inspired Mansion

Photography by Ric Stovall | Published in the Midwinter/Spring 2017 issue of Vail-Beaver Creek Magazine In doing without, in the mid-19th century, Henry David Thoreau erected a 10-by-15-foot cabin on the banks of Walden Pond in Massachusetts. Of his solitary time in the New England wilderness, Thoreau mused, “I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front […]

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