Go Inside 7 Spectacular Mountain Homes

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Scott Frances

Perched high on the region's Red Mountain, a house designed by Studio Sofield in collaboration with Studio B Architects features a stone-and-mahogany exterior, with Tischler und Sohn windows affording expansive views.

Scott Frances

Scott Frances

Architect Peter Gluck and his son, Thomas, designed this boldly contemporary retreat for a businessman and his family.

Scott Frances

The living area is furnished with sectional sofas custom designed by Jorge Rosso and upholstered in a Brunschwig & Fils fabric.

William Waldron

Architects Bohlin Cywinski Jackson and Shelton, Mindel & Assoc. joined forces to create a home that showcases both its stunning valley setting and its majestic mountain views.

William Waldron

Joseph Paul D'Urso chairs by Knoll and a custom-made sofa anchor the living area.

Oberto Gili

Lush plantings border a swimming pool at Valentino public-relations guru Carlos Souza's 12-acre retreat, Sitio Santo Antonio do Pontal.

Oberto Gili

Indonesian terra-cotta tile decorates the chimney breast in the living room.

Gordon Gregory

At the foot of the Rocky Mountains, designer William Peace and architect Candace Tillotson-Miller collaborated on a lodge residence and other structures for a large extended family.

Gordon Gregory

Clerestory windows illuminate the double-height main room, a favorite gathering space for the owners and their children and grandchildren.

Robert Reck

Mountain peaks and high desert vistas orient this Antoine Predock-designed residence.

Robert Reck

The master bedroom has views of the mountains to the east and south.

Oberto Gili

For a publisher keen on keeping the modern world at bay, Studio Peregalli conjured an antiquarian fantasy inside a Swiss Alpine hideaway.

Oberto Gili

A 16th-century Italian painted ceiling crowns the home's pine-paneled living room/library.

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