$40M Mansion With Glass Pool Is Vail’s Most Costly House

The most costly dwelling in Vail, CO, has made an enormous splash available on the market.

What’s attracting probably the most consideration to this beautiful residence? The suspended, glass-bottom pool, after all.

That, for starters, may clarify the $40 million price ticket.

The 75-foot pool’s design features a translucent vertical wall and backside, and it resembles a field with home windows. Adjoining to a glass-walled floating staircase, each of those design options enable unblocked views of the encircling mountains.

Alitza Vagenknechtova of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty is the itemizing agent.

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Inbuilt 2019, the 8,801-square-foot house is an ultracontemporary mountain retreat. It’s set on a half-acre lot and has had only one proprietor.

As an alternative of a conventional rustic ski lodge with uncovered logs, this house provides partitions of home windows, excessive ceilings, a free-standing elevator with a glass ceiling, a number of fireplaces, and a white marble tub. The home has 5 bedrooms and 9 baths.

Biometric recognition on the house’s entry ensures privateness, and the radiant-floor heating is a really luxurious perk.

“It took them three years to construct it,” Vagenknechtova says of the house. “It has superb views of the [Vail] mountain.”

Along with the exceptional glass pool, the property boasts a deluxe indoor spa and sauna, whirlpool, and waterfall.

A tiered rooftop deck—with a pergola and glass partitions—gives quick access to the Colorado solar and will be heated for further consolation.

A fireplace pit and outside fire take the chilliness out of cool evenings.

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A four-car storage and lined parking for 4 vehicles are included, and there’s even a automotive rinse for DIY washes.

Whereas it’s no secret that Vail attracts skiers, the city of 4,800 native residents is interesting to consumers, too.

“It’s a secure, prosperous neighborhood, and in winter, it’s nearer to the snowboarding,” says Vagenknechtova. “Even when it’s not ‘ski-in, ski-out,’ it’s a five-minute stroll.”

Tucked right into a European-style village setting, this a part of the Vail Valley is a 30-minute drive to Eagle County Regional Airport.

“It’s charming and quaint—not fashionable—but subtle,” says Vagenknechtova. “When you’re within the village, you don’t want a automotive.”

She thinks the following proprietor may very well be enticed by the luxurious potential of a vacation-at-home way of life.

“It’s like a resort,” Vagenknechtova says. “They don’t want to depart in the event that they don’t wish to. That is the consumer who doesn’t wish to go right into a pool or sauna, the place there are 20 different individuals.”