Built in 2010, this outstanding house is a mixture of contemporary and mountain design and is perched on a promontory in Whistler, British Columbia, overlooking magnificent scenery. The high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows make the interior a sun-splashed space and allow the beholder to enjoy the multi-colored backyard with soothing cascading water and the awe-inspiring Whistler Mountain views in the distance.
The luxury Canadian ski resort sits on 14,315 square foot of land and itself measures 5,000 square foot. It features four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms and the kitchen, dining and living room are placed along a large circulation spine facing onto the lakes and mountains. At the end of the spine there is the Great Room cantilevering over the abrupt terrain and looking out onto views all around. The listing describes the hardwood flooring as made of wide plank Brazilian cherry and the doors are made of edge grain fir, which create a sense of cosiness, whereas the British Columbia sandstone interior walls and custom-made tile work introduce natural elements into a contemporary designed abode.