This 7390 SF steel I-beam, concrete, and brick design of notable architect Walter S. White is built against and upon rock, and it sits within a perimeter of forest on 10 beautifully appointed acres in Black Forest, and is only accessible by gated security. From the top of the hill adjacent to the house are 360 degree panoramic views, and prominently those of the front-range â and 200 miles of viewing range to the north and south. These views are centered on Pikes Peak, the Spanish Peaks, and Caribou Peak. The whole property is fitly named âVentanasâ (windows), in that it has over 300 windows to take in the sun and views. The home is a Â¼ circle arc, and the center of the arc was positioned by the architect to maximize views of the entire front range and the winter sun, as the outer arc is a continuous wall of windows on both levels, that shower the house with light. Brilliantly outfitted throughout with professional designer finishes and thoughtfully chosen features and finishes.