This contemporary estate is located at 680 Hawk Lane in Telluride, CO and is situated on 35 acres. It was built in 2007 and boasts soaring, vanishing window walls that capture 270 degree views of the San Juan Mountain Range. The 10,390 square foot residence offers 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 2-story great room, numerous outdoor living areas, in-ground stone hot tub and more. The grounds boast a tennis court, Equestrian center, 16 miles of hiking trails and more.

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  • Mak

    The only thing I like about it is the fact that its facade colors blend into the surrounding landscape so nicely that you completely lose the house.

    And that’s a very good thing.




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  • Daniel

    Gorgeous photography. Even though it looks like a Seasons 52, I like it. That outdoor area is very nice.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I would’ve thought I’d like this a lot, but it just seems too much like a theme hotel resort or something…The bedroom with views of the water feature is neat, but perhaps a little too gimmicky. I think I like the exterior more than the interior. I think it’s quite beautiful from the outside.




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  • joejoe509

    Hmmm I’m not sure what to think about this house. It’s one of those houses that you either love or hate. It’s interesting to look at and it makes for some beautiful photography, but I would never live there. It’s not that it’s not nice – it’s fantastic – but it’s just really not my style. I’m not a big fan of modern homes anyway. This house just somehow seems sort of cheap/uninspired – like a resort, hotel or casino. This type of house would look awesome on paper, but in somewhat awkward in execution. I love the beams and the use of wood accent throughout. I’m not fond of the overuse of stone. They should have been more creative and at least used different kinds of stone. This is especially apparent in the exterior. Some contrast would go a long way in making this a bit more cozy.

    Why is this in Colorado? This reminds me of something from Las Vegas or California.




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  • Home Fancy

    I LOVE this house. I live in California on a ranch property and can see it equally at home here in NorCal or in Colorado. In fact, this is one of the few homes on this site that I’ve thought, “now THERE’s a home I could live in”. I’ve bookmarked it just so I can show it to my husband when he gets home.

    http://homefancy.blogspot.com/




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  • James

    Verry nice and it looks liveable unlike most of these homes on this site where the homes are cavernous and cold… This home is unique and warm looking 🙂




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