Off The Hill | 15 Bachelor Gulch Road

Apr 4, 2017 // Lacey Baccich

When looking for a home, imagine yourself in it. Who would be with you? What activities would you be doing? Visualize how it would feel to live there.

The turnkey qualities of 15 Bachelor Gulch Road make you feel like you belong in that home. Located on nearly a quarter-acre of land near the fairways of Beaver Creek Golf Club, this 4,000 square-foot retreat has plenty of space and surrounds you with beautiful elegance and quality.

This house elicits imagery that places you in the home doing various activities and building memories with loved ones. Maybe it’s putting up a towering Christmas tree in the great room with its high vaulted ceilings. Or making dinner in the well-appointed chef’s kitchen while others are gathering around the fire in the adjacent hearth room. Or you could be having a cookout for your Fourth of July guests on the patio that is just outside the hearth room and through the French doors.

The master bedroom has vaulted ceilings and a wonderful bathroom with abundant natural light. Envision soaking the strain of the day away in the vast tub. The three other bedrooms have their own charm and personality with distinctive decor and each have adjacent bathrooms. The game room can also be used as another bedroom if you have overflow guests.

A two-car garage will allow you to store all of your gear for summer and winter sports. You can also let someone else do the driving since this home is just a shuttle ride away from all the skiing, dining, shopping and activities in Beaver Creek Village.

This home is fully renovated and being sold furnished, so you only need to bring your toothbrush, gear and loved ones. For more information on 15 Bachelor Gulch Road, please click here.


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Lacey Baccich

Lives in: East Vail | Hometown: Wilmette, Illinois

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