Indian Peaks Estate

This elegant home enjoyed a magnificent view of the Continental Divide and had been beautifully furnished but was disconnected from the landscape. By raising the grade at the rear of the home to make a more natural connection to the landscape and using boulders from the site to complement a large rock outcropping, the space now provides the missing link between the building and the landscape. A small lawn was created which is framed by a mountain perennial border accented with shrubs and sculptures.

The old wooden stair to the front door was replaced with a new deck and gracious steps leading to a curving stone walkway winding between boulders and aspen. Other outdoor seating areas are connected to the home with serpentine flagstone paths.