Glass Houses Shattering the Status Quo

When thinking of what materials to use in your next home, glass might not be the obvious choice. But glass adds a special something to any design and allows bright, natural light and stunning views of the home’s surroundings to pour inside. Here are a few homes right here in Colorado that use glass in a creative and captivating way:

Boulder’s Glass House

The name says it all. The stunning, sparkling home at 333-375 Bellevue Drive, in Boulder,  is an iconic estate known locally as the “Glass House,” that immerses you in nature’s beauty. Listed by LIV Sotheby’s International Realty brokers, Jeff and Carliss Erickson, the “Glass House,” Boulder’s most noteworthy residence is available for $14,250,000. Sitting on more than an acre of extensively landscaped grounds at the edge of Chautauqua Park, under the famous Flatirons, this striking estate maximizes its captivating 360-degree views with its frameless glass walls. Gazing out at the surrounding green spaces, one might feel as if they are floating above the hills of Boulder.

66 Green Jay Lane, in Breckenridge, is listed by Aniela Wasmanski for $11,500,000.

Breckenridge’s Most Breathtaking View

66 Green Jay Lane, listed by Aniela Wasmanski, for $11,500,000, is easily the most spectacular mountain home you’ve ever seen. This estate, overlooking Breckenridge Ski Area, is the epitome of luxury living in Colorado. Every room of the home was exquisitely designed, featuring custom chandeliers, rare materials imported from all over the world, and must-have amenities such as an indoor pool and outdoor jacuzzis. But the star of the show in this high-end home is the glass wall that faces the magnificent mountains of Breckenridge. The floor-to-ceiling glass wall is the last of its kind permitted to be built in the area, due to the implementation of new construction rules. Enjoy the best views in Breck from your own resort paradise.

14322 West Belleview Avenue is listed by Susie Langford for $2,500,000.

Morrison’s Most Unique Home has a Lighthouse

Just 30 minutes from downtown Denver, you’ll find a home that features perhaps one of the most rare bonus spaces on the real estate market. 14322 West Belleview Avenue, in Morrison, which is listed by Susie Langford for $2,500,000, has its very own light house. Although far from sea, as you climb the glass spiral staircase to ascend to the top of the structure you can see the entire five-acre property and maybe catch a glimpse of the nearby lake. This glass lighthouse is a private lookout from which you can enjoy sunrises and sunsets from its 360-degree observation deck. There is truly no other home in Denver Metro like this.

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