Villa Loisa is an impressive private home that sits directly on the Bridges ski run. It offers an excellent level of privacy thanks to its high perch in Mountain Village, and it's still just a short ride into town.
Spread over three levels, this residence features a marvelous great room with a huge vaulted log ceiling and large windows that offer spectacular views of the San Sophia Range. A stone fireplace provides the perfect spot to warm up in the morning with a cup of coffee or after a long day on the slopes. This room also comes with exceptionally comfortable furnishings, a flat screen TV with Blu-ray player and Apple TV and a wet bar. It has a state-of-the-art kitchen equipped with top of the line appliances including a built-in Miele espresso maker right down to a wonderful selection of cookware and utensils. There is a private yoga room with mats and props. It also has an amazing media and game room that includes a ping pong table, a billiard table and comfortable leather sofas that surround a flat screen television. The room also has a wine cellar and a full-size bar that seats six. There is a mud room for the storage of skis, heavy winter coats, boots, and other equipment. It also has boot dryers that ensure guests will never have to put on cold, wet boots. This stunning retreat offers six beautifully designed bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms that can comfortably accommodate up to 17 people. The private master suite takes up the entire top floor. It has a separate sitting area with a queen size sleeper sofa. It also comes with a king size bed and an en-suite bath with a jetted tub and a multi-head shower. Each of the remaining guest rooms features ultra-comfortable beds and beautiful furnishings.
It has a huge sprawling deck and a beautiful garden. Guests may watch the skiers zip right by on their way down the Bridges ski run or simply take in the views of the San Sophia Ridge. This outdoor area offers comfortable seating, a barbecue grill, and a large hot tub.
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.