Designed to be a magnet for multi-generational gatherings, Aspen Grove Ranch combines exceptional improvements with a stunning setting and a multitude of activities within the property, as well as with the accompanying Grand River Ranch amenities. Aspen Grove’s centerpiece 24,400± square foot Main Residence was designed to conform to the land’s topography, as well as to capture the entire panorama and breathtaking views of the surrounding Gore and Williams Fork Mountain Ranges and of the expansive valley below. Renowned architect Jon Gunson skillfully brought the owner’s vision to reality.
The Residence’s plan serves three primary functions – a private wing for the owners, a spacious and dramatic gathering, dining and activity area, and a connected Guest Residence. This led to the overall concept of three structures, placing the Main Residence in the center with the owner’s suite and Guest Residence on each side. The Guest Residence is easily assessed by a connected enclosed bridge or ground-level corridor, and each of these three structures are angled toward the three primary views. Only the highest quality finishes and furnishings were used throughout the Residences, making it a home of refinement, elegance, and comfort. In addition, dead-standing trees were used for certain design and structural elements, lowering the environmental impact of construction.
Some of the Main Residence’s special features include six bedrooms, each with their own bath plus one additional bath; also included are five half-baths, a stone wine cellar, Western-style bar, enormous fireplace, movie theatre, two automatic bowling lanes, and a children’s performance stage and dressing room. The charming Guest Residence has four bedrooms, each with its own bathroom as well as a half-bath on the main level.
Aspen Grove Ranch is located 60 to 90 minutes from seven major ski resorts – Steamboat, Winter Park, Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, and Copper Mountain.