Live at one with nature in the Wilson-Haertling House, one of Boulder's most architecturally significant residences. Designed and built by Charles Haertling, this four-bedroom, three-bathroom landmark embodies the famed architect's organic, modern style, inspired by masters Frank Lloyd Wright and Bruce Goff.
From the home's organic clover-shaped symmetry to the nautilus-topped support beams, the 2,550-square-foot architectural masterpiece references nature throughout. Inside, discover a light-filled open floor plan with hardwood floors, vaulted beamed ceilings and walls of windows that connect the home to the verdant terraced garden and decks. The great room welcomes lavish entertaining and peaceful relaxation alongside a wood-burning fireplace, built-in shelving and indoor planter. Chefs will enjoy a bright open kitchen while front and back decks accommodate seamless indoor-outdoor living overlooking the beautifully landscaped 6,708-square-foot property.
Two garden level bedrooms offer private entrances and easy access to a full bathroom. Tucked within the house's iconic pointed dome, the glorious loft bedroom offers treetop views and an attached bathroom. A fourth bedroom and a third bathroom are placed on the main level. This carefully maintained showplace includes a newer furnace and air-conditioning, a large laundry room and a spacious carport.
Designed in 1968 for University of Colorado professor Richard Wilson and his wife, artist Helen Wilson, Haertling designed the residence for Boulder creatives with a large room for painting, a kiln and a loft for display purposes. The front door was designed by Helen Wilson. Haertling and his family moved into the residence in 1972. Landmarked by the City of Boulder in 2011, the Wilson-Haertling House is an essential part of America's rich architectural history.
Located in the gorgeous Flagstaff neighborhood, this one-of-a-kind property is close to numerous trails, Chautauqua attractions and Flagstaff Mountain Summit venues, including the Sunrise Amphitheater, Stone Shelter and Nature Center. The Fox Theater, CU Campus, Pearl Street and Downtown are all nearby.