This unique ski-in ski-out home at Mt. Crested Butte was designed by Robert Harvey Oshatz to accommodate two brothers who had happened into a truckload of redwood siding.
The three-floor house is supported by a central pillar that also contains fireplaces for each level and a jacuzzi. Two separate master suites occupy the top floor, while the bottom level is a children's playroom and bunkhouse.
Constructed in 1987, the iconic structure goes by the nickname "snow clam."