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crazyhearts

Boy oh Boy! Warm and beautiful home and family.

Have questions? It is mentioned that the home is down from the road with a processional entry. What does that mean-driving down or walking? As they are older and have age in place on their minds, does this also include the approach?
Would like to see photos if possible. ☺️

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denold

I lived in Colorado Springs for 8 years and worked right next to Garden of The Gods. I'm curious where this house was built. Such an amazing view indeed! It has many elements that are definitely must haves for me if we do a custom build.

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Becky Harris

@crazyhearts So sorry, I meant to answer you weeks ago and just realized I didn't! You drive down the driveway, park and then make a turn or two walking — it gives you different views of different things, like the rocky hillside. And there are different materials under your feet — it becomes more and more "built" from stepping stones, up the stairs to the landing under your feet — as you approach the door and grab that wonderful wood handle that was crafted with love.

The experience continues once you enter into the compressed entry space, turn the corner and enter the public spaces with the soaring ceilings and expansive views of the mountains.

   

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