65 Glen Garry is a sophisticated and rustically elegant modern farmhouse inspired by the late 1800's heyday of Aspen. The exterior of reclaimed chinked flat log wood, custom stone masonry and a standing seam Rhein zinc roof is maintenance free. Designed by Al Beyer, the home was completed in 2015 by Rutgers Construction. A stone snowmelt walkway winds to the front door through larkspur, peonies, lupine and columbine flower beds. The nearly one-acre, flat wooded lot is irrigated and beautifully landscaped with abundant native flowers and professionally manicured gamble oak, aspen, and serviceberry trees, which provide privacy and shade. A fenced organic vegetable and herb garden is situated on a sunny spot on the west side of the home.