The Crow’s Nest Residence stands at the top of Sugar Bowl’s intimate snowbound community. The highest placed lot to the adjacent ski hill, the residence maintains a sense of tranquility from its forested aspects to the West and South.

Breathtaking views are afforded from almost every room in the home, including beautiful views of Castle Peak to the Northwest and Mt. Judah to the Northeast, viewed thru its corner bedroom windows.

Elevation is plain, but that cannot be said about the shape of the residence. Its design is an interesting sculpture where geometry-based forms are complimented by gentle curves and arcs. Slanting roof is flat and supported by solid ribs. Very noticeable is a extraordinarily large number of windows. Every room affords a breathtaking view of the mountains to the North. Their high peaks can be seen through glass panes almost as tall as the house itself.

The inside is lightsome and finished with smooth light-hued wood. Furniture is simple, yet appears to be comfortable, and subtle touches render the interior warm and welcome. Apart from a big fireplace carved in stone, coziness can be found in the study, dining room, and kitchen. The house has a sauna, too, so you could get proper rest after a day spent hiking.

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