This is the original firehouse of Redstone, Colorado, built at the same time as the Castle. By the 1930's it became a hunting lodge and then a residence given two additions. The sellers had the home structurally reaffirmed and undertook a luxury renovation. Original firehouse doors open out onto the Redstone patio. Another stone patio sits in the large side yard. The yard was named one of Colorado's greatest gardens because of its suitability for wildflowers. The home is bordered by the White River National Forest. Handscraped walnut floors on the main level are warm with radiant heat. Beadboard detail carried from under portico to main floor full bath with clawfoot tub, to wainscoating in breakfast nook and stairway to den. Marble surrounds the fireplaces on main and in master.