A true hidden gem, filled with amazing Victorian architecture and old mining traditions, The Bridal Veil House stands out with its perfect combination of modern design and Telluride folklore. Fully remodeled in 2014, this 5 bedroom/4.5 bath home won the best of Art & Architecture award the same year. Originally built in 1890 and past home of the Munchiando family, immigrants from Italy whose daughter hosted her wedding within this beautiful home, the current structure keeps this history alive with the impressive detailing that pays homage to its past charm.
Hardwood oak floors stretch across the entire main floor. The open main level is home to the living room, kitchen and dining room. A large oak table with handcrafted blue seating for up to six is lit by two Simon Pierce hand blown glass chandeliers. The kitchen’s granite countertops and custom white wood cabinets slightly separate these two rooms as the home opens up into high vaulted ceilings, exposed antique wood beams and skylights throughout. The large island made from the home’s original floor joists offers excellent workspace for the family chef.
Downstairs, guests will find an area perfect for family fun, with a game room and sitting area. Filled with character and charm, this home has the perfect location just a block from Main Street in downtown Telluride and a five minute walk to the Gondola!