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Stairway to Heaven in Snowmass

Aspen/Glenwood MLS

Stairway to Heaven is aptly named, as it sits high above the village at Snowmass—one block away from the slopes—and yet still boasts open views. Located in the Wood Run neighborhood, this home is brilliant both in its architecture and its decor. 

The sleek, modern home offers six bedrooms, six full and two half baths, indirect slopeside ski access, wide plank hardwood flooring, a media/recreation room, a guest/caretaker wing, indoor pool, hot tub, Tischler and Crittal windows, elevator, and a natural stream and pond. The home is decorated with Bauhaus-style furnishings, a baby grand piano, fine antiques and artwork. The dining room, kitchen, and great room, as well as the balcony, are all situated under a soaring roof.

And that's where the property's musical name again comes into play: The expansive ceilings and entertaining spaces provide wonderful acoustics and audience seating for hosting musical events. The owner of the property will be opening her home for the Aspen Music Festival and School House Musics Series presented by Mountain Living on July 15th at 3:30 pm. The event at Stairway to Heaven will be a salon concert experience, with star singers from the Aspen Opera Theater Company performing favorite arias and songs from the classical and popular repertoire. 

[Photos: Copyright 2014 Aspen/Glenwood MLS]

Interested in attending the House Music Series salon concert at Stairway to Heaven? You can purchase tickets here.

Stairway to Heaven is currently on the market! The listing broker is George Huggins with Aspen Snowmass Sotheby's International Realty. See the listing here or contact George at (907) 379-8485.


Building and Interior Design: CDR Studio Architects; Assisting as local architect: T. Michael Manchester 
Builder: Jack Wilkie Builders

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