The front door was a gift carved by friends of Spider Sabich, inviting you to “Come in, be happy; this is your home.” Built by charismatic “downhill racer” Spider Sabich and his brother in 1972. According to local lore Spider traded the lot for ski lessons with Starwood developer Edger Stern and picked the lot that he wanted close to his friend John Denver. Lilacs line the front drive. Watch elk graze below in Kessler Meadow from the front patio and take in the views of the entire Roaring Fork Valley and the Elk Mountain backdrop. Sunsets don’t get better than this! Reclaimed railway beams in the entry and great room came from Lenado. A vertical log wall in the entry speaks to the uniqueness of this artistic and romantic Starwood chalet. A large custom river rock wood burning fireplace warms the great room. The Charles Cunniffe designed modern kitchen remodel includes radiant heat. The large walk-in kitchen pantry showcases images of Starwood wildflowers. A cool, shaded back patio surrounded by a two-level mature peonies garden is located off of the kitchen. The main level master suite captures the views of Castle and Maroon Creek Valleys and Aspen Highlands Ski Area. The master bathroom was remodeled by Jack Wilke. The lower level library/bedroom with oversized walk-in closet and ¾ bath and office walks out to a patio and yard. A 2-car garage with safe and shelving provides adequate storage. New membrane roof by Pacific Sheet Metal in 2015. This is a one-of-a-kind Starwood abode.