"As if right out of the pages of a storybook, this New England-inspired Farmhouse combines vision, magic, and experience to unearth one incredible mountain retreat, nestled in a picturesque valley and brought to life by notable interior designer Kam Davies." - Amy Puchaty, SecondShelters.com. Photo Credit: Aspen Snowmass Sotheby's International Realty.
Perfection can be hard to find, but this New England inspired Farmhouse is about as good as it gets. The minute I laid eyes on it, I thought to myself, "When can I move in?"
Located just minutes from Aspen, and literally five minutes from the nearest Whole Foods, this picture-perfect estate is what all of my Pinterest-worthy dreams are made of.
I personally have always admired the classic yet cozy East Coast aesthetic - from the use of stripes, to natural woods, texture and artwork...and let's face it, nothing beats a crisp, blue and white color palette!
“Instead of having a lot of big, rambling spaces, I wanted it cozy. A little bit squished actually feels kind of good.” - Kam Davies.
The mountain home fondly known as Coyote Crossing, is currently co-listed by Jana Dillard and Ted Borchelt of Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty for $3.775 million.
It affords 35 pristine acres, 3,532-square-feet of comfortable living and entertaining space, plus an apple orchard and a barn with guest quarters and kitchenette.
You can read more about this fabulous retreat in my latest post, "Kam Davies Designed Farmhouse A Slice of Paradise Near Aspen."
For a closer look at the lifestyle, visit the Coyote Crossing website here.
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