Shows like “Extreme Homes” and “Cribs” feature homeowners giving tours of their over-the-top residences and vacation homes, awing viewers with inimitable features and extravagant style. With InvitedHome’s unique portfolio of properties, this highest level of luxury is now accessible with short-term bookings. Here are a few examples of upscale homes that have been featured on channels like HGTV and The Travel Channel, and are now available to travelers:
· Seventh Heaven, Breckenridge, Colorado – As seen on HGTV’s “Extreme Homes” and The Travel Channel’s “Amazing Vacation Homes,” this modern estate on a 2.5-acre property provides a virtual front row seat to National Forest land. Plenty of outdoor space and dining areas make it a perfect spot for all seasons, and 25-foot glass walls and strategically placed windows in every room reveal panoramic views of Baldy Mountain, the town of Breckenridge, and the ski slopes of Peaks 6, 7 and 8. Nightly rates start at $699.
· Grand Outlook, Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The beautiful, three-level home seems to have more windows than walls, and was shown off in publications like Architectural Digest and Mountain Living. Surrounded by a vast wilderness that provides secluded bliss, the home contains a steamy sauna, a private hot tub, and surrounding waterfalls. With five bedrooms and six bathrooms, it sleeps us to 10 guests. The home is also perfectly positioned near the direct path of totality for the highly talked-about solar eclipse on Aug. 21. Nightly rates start at $4,000.
· Castlewood, Telluride, Colorado – The 17,300-square-foot manor sleeps up to 25 people, and has been featured in various magazines and shows on The Travel Channel. The ski-in, ski-out estate displays a custom log cabin design and amenities like a wine cellar, game room, grotto, movie theater and outdoor deck with a hot tub and sweeping views. Nightly rates start at $4,000.
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