Soaring rooflines and walls of glass perfectly frame the magnificent city and mountain views offered in this architecturally significant Pine Brook Hills estate. 855 Timber was originally designed by Dave Carson, a founder of Oz architects. Dave had previously studied under and was a protege of the famous Charles Hartling, known for his many unique masterpieces. 855 Timber was deeply inspired by Hartling's iconic Aspenleaf house. The concept was to create a design that was first unique yet timeless, blended with nature while incorporating the spectacular view. The design radiates from a central atrium with each "petal" housing a particular living space. On the main level, the living room is housed within one petal while the primary bedroom and kitchen/dining area are each housed in separate petals that seamlessly integrate to create an open flow while providing privacy. The main floor enjoys perhaps the most striking living room in all of Boulder County, with 20 foot ceilings and walls of glass that look out on the city, a generous dining room and kitchen area that both open through a retractable wall of glass to a 920 square foot paver patio with gas fire pit. Completing the main level are the primary bedroom with a fireplace, a private patio and luxury bath, secondary laundry, and a striking office with patio access. The middle level hosts 3 secondary bedrooms, each with en-suite baths, a large wine cellar and an extensive family room with a wet bar and stunning fireplace. The lower level offers two additional bedrooms, a 3/4 bath, a walk-out exercise or craft room, and a state-of-the-art movie theater. 855 Timber is an entertainer's dream, with spaces large enough to host most any sized event. A true masterpiece with no compromise. The over 5-acre lot offers abundant flat yard space, a rarity in the mountains, and provides plenty of buffer from neighbors. A private oasis just minutes from Broadway, this property entertains with every corner turned.