Photos of futuristic house in Woody Allen's Sleeper


My friend Patrick Young visited the famous "Sleeper" house near Golden, Colorado. He took a bunch of photos of the exterior and interior. I lived in Golden for a couple of years when I was young and I was always intrigued when we drove by it on I-70.

I had always driven by The Sculpted House (aka The Sleeper House, Flying Saucer House) on the way to skiing. Today, I had the opportunity to actually see the house made famous by Woody Allen's 1973 sci-fi comedy Sleeper. The house was designed & built on Genessee Mountain by Architect Charles Deaton. The interior of the Sculptured House went largely unfinished for almost three decades until the entrepreneur John Huggins purchased the house and in 2003 completed the interior and added a large addition. The addition had been designed by Charles Deaton with Nick Antonopolous before Deaton's death in 1996. Deaton's daughter, Charlee Deaton, was commissioned to design the interior. The house recently sold to its current owner for over $5.5 million.

Sleeper House