Boulder Home with Japanese Gardens Listed for $4.65 Million
If you love peace and quiet, a Boulder home designed by a monk could be just what you're looking for.
Thursday the 6,243-square-foot listing hit the market for a whopping 4.65 million dollars. The home is on a 1.06-acre lot with Japanese gardens designed by Zen monk Martin Hakubi Mosko, a gazebo, koi pond, waterfalls and a greenhouse.
The thing that I love most about this property is you can have coffee on the deck while enjoying the beauty of the Boulder Valley and Flatirons. The home was built in 2000 and boasts five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
The private master suite includes a double-sided fireplace, private off, private balcony (VIEWS) and a five-piece-bathroom. Click the link below to see the photos!
Source: Biz Journal