Villa Kayla is a stunning retreat perched on a stunning double lot in Mountain Village. It boasts an impressive list of amenities, gorgeous interiors, and tasteful finishes. Surrounded by lovely pine and aspen trees, this home serves as a winter wonderland and allows guests to ski right out the front door and onto the popular Double Cabins ski run.
This retreat features an impressive great room with Venetian Plaster walls, hardwood floors and flagstone floor detailing which continue throughout the home. The great room boasts a vaulted wood beam ceiling and massive picture windows that provide incredible views of the San Sophia Ridgeline. The gourmet kitchen comes with top of the line Viking and SubZero stainless steel appliances, a stove with six burners and a griddle and plenty of granite countertops. Meals may be served in the formal dining room that includes a large wooden table with seating for 12. It also has a fabulous in home theater. This estate is consists of the main house and a separate guest house. It can comfortably accommodate up to 27 people with its eleven beautifully designed bedrooms and eleven-and-a-half bathrooms. The Grand Master Suite has an ultra-comfortable king size bed, a flat screen television, a gas fireplace with a rounded hearth and incredible San Sophia views. The en-suite bath features a jetted soaking tub with a view, a relaxing steam shower and dual vanity sinks.
Outdoor spaces are plentiful with this home's elaborate patio system. Guests will find several outdoor patios off several rooms of the house. One patio offers a dining table with seating for six, two high top tables with seating for four and a long comfortable bench. Another patio off of the kitchen is equipped with a six burner grill and fabulous views, perfect for grilling up steaks or burgers to bring to the dining table.
Telluride, a former Victorian mining town in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, is set in a box canyon amid forested peaks at the base of a popular ski-and-golf resort. The town’s historic district houses landmarks like the Sheridan Opera House, a performing-arts venue originally built in 1913, and the Telluride Historical Museum, which showcases local history in a converted hospital built in 1896.