The Luxury of Home, 4th Edition

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“We’re fortunate to have the opportunity to work on some of the most amazing residential structures in the world.”


No challenge is too formidable for the versatile, team-oriented, detail-rich builders at Kaegebein, who continue to exceed residential expectations in the Rocky Mountains. The road to the Roaring Fork Valley in Colorado started some 1,600 miles away, in Tallahassee, Florida, for Nate Kaegebein, Scott McClung and Charlie Berger. That’s where the trio that would later emerge as one of the most prominent custom home building firms in and around Aspen first pooled its considerable talent, retrofitting dorm rooms while earning degrees at Florida State University. Two decades and more than 70 luxury homes later, the principals behind Kaegebein Fine Homebuilding continue to add chapter after epic chapter to a story that becomes more compelling with each project. “One of the best things about working in Aspen is that we get a chance to work on so many architectural styles—craftsman, modern, classic, mountain contemporary and more,” Kaegebein says. “Working with different design teams and clients gives us the chance to engage in these different styles—and we thrive on the challenge of that variety.” The firm’s renowned versatility and attention to complex details are evident in a portfolio that ranges from a 6,000-square-foot



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