From the moment you walk into this peaceful, private home at the top of June Point in Wildridge, you are surrounded by breathtaking views and the sense of arrival. Situated on a private cul-de-sac on almost 2 acres with plenty of parking for entertaining, this haven is a one of a kind sanctuary. After an adventurous day of skiing, snowmobiling or snowshoeing, it is just a short drive to your mountain escape overlooking hundreds of miles of National Forest. Millie Aldrich was the architect and the home was built by Gary Hill. On two acres you feel like you are in the middle of nowhere, yet so close to Avon and Beaver Creek for skiing, shopping and all of the fun activities that Nottingham Lake has to offer. The home has beautiful features: just a few examples are two primary bedrooms, an elevator, high end appliances such as Gaggenau ovens, a butlers pantry, a fireproof metal roof and a very large walk in closet for all of your seasonal clothing. A large media room separates the lower level bedroom suites. A kitchenette makes the downstairs self-reliant. One of these suites could easily convert to a caretaker's apartment. All windows and exterior doors are triple-paned and built by the fine German manufacturer Schotten-Fenster. They pivot and tilt, while blocking 98 percent of the sun's harmful rays. The beauty of this home is in the natural environment and expert craftsmanship. it is also perfect for anyone wanting expand as there is ample additional allowable square footage. in summer, the flowers and landscaping look like you are hiking at the top of the Summit on Vail Pass - lupine, daisies and natural wildflowers abound. Drive into the driveway and let out that sigh of relief - you are home to your place of calm! A must see for sure.