The Homestead can’t be defined by just one architectural style. But we’ll do our best, by calling it “contemporary rustic mountain retreat meets Zen ranch.” Homes like this come around once in a lifetime, and lucky for you, this one came around during yours. Inspired by the concept of an old remodeled barn that has been added onto over time, this home feels old and new, all at once.
Room for more
More family members. More four-legged friends. More memorable holiday dinners. More features you didn’t know you needed. Like a dog wash off the mudroom for rinsing dirty just-got-back-from-exploring paws. A wine bar with a picture window. And a dining room with room for up to 24 (yes, 24) guests.
The brass tacks
Here’s a look at what you’ll find at The Homestead:
5,880 square feet
Two master suites, each with five-piece bath and walk-in closets
Additional bedroom with ensuite bathroom and walk-in closet
Office/guest room with ensuite bathroom
Future bonus room/multi-purpose bunk room
Dog wash room with adjacent kennel and exterior dog run
Cross-cut limestone veneer with stained board & batten
27' clerestory in Great Room
Three interior fireplaces, plus a potbelly stove in hearth room
Some may call this the ideal situation. A brand-new, unique home in an incomparable setting. But already under construction, so you don’t have to go through the build-from-the-ground-up process. It’s the perfect vision of a home. But it’s already being brought to life—by a team with exquisite taste, no less. Of course, you still can make decisions … you just get to make the ones that are most important to you. However many (or few) you want.
Meet the team
The Homestead was designed by award-winning Denver architect Eric Mandil. His interior and exterior architectural spaces have been recognized for their fresh and modern, yet timeless, approach.
For a personal tour, pricing and more information, contact Rob Cyman,
President of The Ranches at Devil’s Thumb: