A home fit for the Wright Brothers hit the market in Erie.
Featuring a private hangar and pilot lounge, the home listed at $3.45 million makes it just as easy to fly away as it is to entertain. Listed on Aug. 27, the two-story modern home comes with direct taxi access to the 4,700-foot runway at the nearby Erie Municipal Airport.
The stats: With 5,831 square feet, the home has three bedrooms and five bathrooms, and rests on 3 acres. Built in 2008, the house resides in the Erie Air Park, a neighborhood of 127 homes with direct access by taxi to the Erie Municipal Airport.
Listing broker: Gwenivere Snyder with Keller Williams DTC.
The seller: Boulder spine surgeon Cathleen Van Buskirk. The aviation enthusiast purchased the land in 2006 for $285,000. According to The Denver Post, Van Buskirk designed the home after becoming a pilot.
The finer things: A custom, narrow pool, eight-person hot tub and fire pit dominate the outdoor space. Modern finishes, heated floors, a gym and electric shades for massive windows round out the interior amenities.