Vail's nicest new home features 7 bedroom 7.5 bathrooms
A European Chalet situated on the bank's of Gore Creek. Authentic design with contemporary furniture. Easy walk to all restaurants and slopes. Located on Meadow Drive just across from the Four Seasons.
7 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms.
Main Level: Room 1: King master,
Upper Level: Room 2: King master, Room 3 King guest room, Room 4: 2 full beds: Room 5: 2 full beds,
Lower Level: Room 6: 1 full bed, 1 twin bed, Room 7: 3 bunks sleeping 6 w/standard size twin mattress.
Main dining table sits 14 guest, plus 6 counter stools
Hot tub on creek
Du Chateau European Oak wood flooring
Top of the line Wolf and Sub Zero Appliances – incognito to match cabinetry finish – hidden in cabinet microwaves
Italian Cabinets – Effetto Oliato (bathrooms) and Effe Quattro (kitchen)
Copper gutters, downspouts, flashings
All stone at exteriors and entries are Tennessee Blue stone
Driveways and balconies are Adobe colored exposed aggregate concrete
All exterior patios, balconies, and driveways are heated. Shoveling of snow will be unnecessary.
Level 5 drywall finish
In floor heat throughout
Large steam shower with benches – 3 total (both masters and large basement)
Flame finished tile floors and showers
2 laundry rooms
Bylin roof eave melt system – no more dangerous icicles hanging from the roof
Floating custom stairs
Swimming Pool and Spa Options
Sonnenalp Resort and Spa www.sonnenalp.com/spa
Day passes for swimming are $35 for adult and $25 for kids under 12 years
No charge for pool access with spa treatment. Treatment start at $30 and up.
The Lodge at Vail www.lodgeatvail.rockresorts.com
Two swimming pools, one is good for laps if you are their early in the morning. Call before you plan on doing laps.
$30/day kids under 15 are free
The Racquet Club in east Vail www.vailracquetclub.com
This is an official, lap pool, Adults are $25/day kids under 14 are $10/day
For people with Service animals:
What Is a Service Animal Under Colorado Law?
The ADA and Colorado law define a service animal as a dog that is individually trained to perform tasks or do work for the benefit of a person with a physical or mental disability. (In some circumstances, a miniature horse who is individually trained also qualifies as a service animal.) the tasks or work the animal does must be directly related to the person’s disability.
Vail Village Rentals requires proof or validation from the tenant's medical care provider of the need for such dogs. (service, companion, therapy).
For example, Vail Village Rentals requires that:
- all dogs must be in the company and control of their owners while in the common area,
- all dogs are subject to the association's noise and other nuisance requirements, and
- an owner is responsible for all damage his/her dog causes to the common area.
As noted above, Vail Village Rentals can require the tenants to provide proof that he/she requires a service, companion, or therapy dog. Expectable forms of proof consist of a letter from a licensed medical doctor confirming the type of dog, or a specific dog, needed to accommodate a homeowner's disability.
If a tenant is unwilling or unable to provide proof of his/her need for a reasonable accommodation, Vail Village Rentals could prohibit the dog unless and until proper evidence of a need for a reasonable accommodation is received.
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