645 Forest Road, a five-bedroom, seven-bath private Vail residence, combines distinguished architecture with remarkable design to create the ideal luxury vacation home for the discerning visitor. Perched above Lionshead and featuring views of the Gore Range on the banks of Gore Creek, this home provides the finest in luxury accommodations for any season.
Featuring five well-appointed bedrooms across three floors, each with private en suite baths, plus two spacious living areas for gathering, this home has ample spaces to relax and unwind. An eight-person hot tub, outdoor grilling, large fire-pit and special carved out niches will ensure everyone has a remarkable Rocky Mountain holiday.
The commanding Master Suite with views of the Gore Range occupies the entire top floor and includes a unique stainless steel soaking tub. The main level of the home showcases the gourmet kitchen featuring state of the art Wolf, Subzero and Bosch appliances along with a marble breakfast bar and seating for five, perfect for an in-home chef demonstration or private cooking classes. Formal dining for 10 and the adjacent outdoor fire pit with it's cozy gathering space are the perfect combination for creating vacation memories. This main level also includes an east and a west guest bedroom, each with king beds that can convert to twin beds dependent on your group configuration, and private en suite baths.
The lower level of the home offers up a great room including a large sectional sofa and a wet bar, with a mini-refrigerator, dishwasher and ice-maker. A ping pong table included will be sure to lend to hours of competition. The main laundry room with full-size washer and dryer, a full guest bathroom, and another two guest rooms each with queen beds and en suite baths completes this level of the residence.
Very sunny, easy to get to by car, only a short walk to the ski slope or either village this house is well-designed for families or friends gatherings, big or small. You can home for lunch, take a nap, conduct business and still be able to head back out to the slopes for a ski or a hike because it's that easy.