An view from a ridge above Triumph showing the surrounding canyons and access into the heart of the Pioneer Mountains.
A bird's eye view of upper Triumph showin the location of the property.
An view of 105 Tirumph Circle from the ridge above "town."
Panoramic of 105 Triumph and neighboring houses from Triumph Circle road. The cute beagel does not come with the house...
There is ample room for two cars to park in front of the house.
Hand-laid locally-quarried stone leads to the entrance of the home.
A spacious south-facing deck gets warming sun in the morning, and ample afternoon shade.
Another view of the deck looking down the East Fork canyon. The mature aspens provide delicious afternoon shade on the deck.
Two irrigated garden beds flank the small lawn.
A fire pit in the middle of the lawn offers a nice amenity for summertime get togethers.
Panoramic view of the house, Triumph Circle, and neighboring homes.
Dry stack, locally-quarried rock surrounds the elevated lawn.
The front door opens onto the main living room space.
The wood burning stove is the primary source of heat in the home. Typically it takes 1.5 cords of wood to make it through the winter.
An open floorplan makes maximum use of the space and creates an open feeling to the home.
Double french doors open onto the south-facing deck.
Looking into the modern kitchen adorned with maple-faced cabinets.
The peninsula accomodates 2-3 for meals, though alternate dining layouts are possible.
The opening into the upstairs loft gives the kitchen a spacious and open feeling.
Great views from the kitchen window look up onto Minebender Ridge south of the house.
The bathroom and office open off the kitchen and a spiral staircase climbs to the loft above.
Electric radiant heat under the tiles provides the main heat for the bathroom.