This architecturally thoughtful home is located at the top of the Hills Ranch subdivision on a quiet cul-de-sac. Designed with long-range vision, owners have the ability to age-in-place with two master suites, one on each floor. The architect maximized the feeling of spaciousness by utilizing cathedral ceilings and glass to pull views from the adjacent state forest into the kitchen, dining and living areas of this home.
The first-floor master suite, located at the front of the residence, features a walk-in shower and a separate jetted tub. The staircase, centered within the central spine of the home, leads to the loft-like upstairs master suite and bath, maximizing the home's feeling of expansiveness and light-filled reach. If a third room is desired, this space can be easily divided.
Notable features of this home are: wood burning fireplace and redwood mantel, custom bookshelves and cabinetry, hardwood floors, dual-pane windows, propane forced-air heating system, new hot water heater, ceiling fans, expansive private backyard deck, and two-car garage with built-in storage.
The subdivision includes its own mutual water and sewer systems and the HOA dues pay for all major complex maintenance: road maintenance, tree trimming and removal, roof repair/replacement, gutter and downspout maintenance, and home exterior painting.