Timeless Albion

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Albion is the oldest known name of the island that is now recognized as Great Britain. It is used poetically and mythically. Etymologists have stemmed the word to "white" or "earth world" and "hill". Myth has it that Brutus and his fellow Trojans escaped and set sail to the promised island, "which time shall ne'er destroy, nor bounds confine." The goddess Diana referred to this island as Albion. Did the promise deliver? Albion Place in Castle Pines Village delivers on the promise. Sited on a private cul-de-sac and offered to the national and international markets through Christie's International Real Estate, the ambient architecture both in structure and landscaping is sophisticated and timeless. Chris Davis of Boss Architecture created a house design with sophistication, scale, presence all in harmony with the site. Next to the twelfth hole of the Castle Pines Golf Club, Albion Place is sited on more than 3 acres of inspired landscaping by Martin Mosko of Marpa. The designs incorporate elements of a modern aesthetic with elegance, quintessential beauty and sustainability. The rooms are composed in zones for both private and public functionality. The design encourages inoor and outdoor living, creating vibrant living spaces taking full advantage of the gardens with koi ponds, a tea house, pool, reflective pools and waterfalls and the promise of Albion, a meditative white garden. For more information on Albion Place contact me. Shown by appointment only, price upon request. Judy Fahrenkrog Broker Associate Kentwood City Properties posted: July 17, 2012 - Judy's Denver - Blog
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