Evincing an unwavering commitment to detail, 436 South Point Boulevard inspires awe at every turn. The drive to the home meanders through the almost-five-acre homesite before ending at a massive, natural granite outcropping, which creates a motor court and entrance like no other. The home’s exterior beautifully blends cut stone, poplar bark, and log siding.
Inside the residence, scores of custom finishings are superbly thought out and magnificently crafted. Entering is a feast for the senses—rough-hewn woods impart an organic vibe, a slate-backed fountain embedded in a wall of cut stone sends the whisper of falling water throughout the living areas, and liberal sky-high windows capture outdoor lake views. Floors of reclaimed Colorado wood tell their history through old crosscut saw marks and the occasional cattle brand, while wire-brushed boards line cathedral ceilings overhead.
The kitchen is open and airy, with glazed cabinetry, Wolf & Sub Zero appliances, a custom range hood of aged metal, and stone backsplash (with a wrought-iron inset that depicts the deer family often seen around the property). A large central island provides black granite work areas before stepping down to form bench seating around a zinc-topped table. This casual, built-in eating nook sits adjacent to the more formal dining area. A window-lined keeping room, dubbed the “cocktail lounge” by the current owners, is a lovely spot for taking in the lake while enjoying a beverage from the adjoining wet bar. Doors here conveniently lead to a sizable screened porch. Wrapping around one end of the home, the porch includes a sitting area with cut stone fireplace, as well as separate dining and grilling venues.
The master suite has refined rustic appeal as log siding walls surround a stone accent wall with center-set, glass-fronted fireplace. The adjoining bath boasts heated floors, a jetted tub, and a one-of-a-kind showering sensation: the generous tiled shower has glass doors opening to an outdoor shower “grotto” with stone-wall enclosure and waterfall shower head.
The lower level incorporates a family room with fireplace, shiplap walls, bar kitchenette, and ample room for both seating and gaming areas. A 1500-bottle, stone-floored wine room rests behind an iron-and-glass door. Two bedroom suites are on opposite sides of the expansive yet cozy lower level. Both rooms open to the lower-level deck, and one, accessed through a sliding barn door, has its own private screened porch with fireplace.
The home’s mechanical systems include a whole house generator, premium HVAC appliances, ultra-high speed internet, etc.
Outdoor spaces are as well planned as the interior. Set into a stone alcove, a hot tub is topped with a hand-crafted log and bramble pergola. Steps away, a pebbled terrace with firepit overlooks an effervescent water feature. Pathways lead to the lake—a deep-water, emerald-green cove that is protected by a large peninsula, yet within easy reach of the main channel—and the shake-roofed boathouse complete with lift, remote control lighting and water for boat and dock cleaning.