One of the quintessential pieces of interesting architecture in Genesee, Colorado is the "Sleeper House" on the I-70 corridor. Minutes from the metro area is this jewel of design built in 1973 by famed local architect, Charles Deaton. Now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this home has changed hands many times over the years and recently was purchased out of foreclosure for a paltry sum. Any kid growing up in Colorado knows this structure as you wind your way up the mountain to your favorite ski hill. It became globally famous when it was used in Woddy Allens Sleeper.
Let's hope they do the right thing.