ABSOLUTE HIGHEST QUALITY
Originally a 1960 cabin that was taken almost completely down then rebuilt and greatly enlarged turning it into one of the nicest homes for miles around. Forethought for detail is evident at every turn. The absolute highest level construction was used with an eye towards low maintenance and longevity of materials. The exterior has extensive stonework and extensive use of steel instead of wood. The interior finishes match the elevated level of the exterior and are of top, top quality.
5 decks grace this mountain chalet. There is a large front deck off the living room that receives the afternoon sun. In addition, the bedrooms have decks as well as the mudroom and master bathroom. All of the furniture and cabinets are custom-made for this home. Solid knotty Alder doors and custom cabinets. The flooring is all oak true hardwood with stone mudroom and foyer floors. The gourmet cook’s kitchen has high-end GE Monogram and Bosche appliances, a built-in Meile coffee station, chiseled edge granite counters, and a custom stone farm-style sink. There is a walk-in pantry. There are two trash compactors, one in the kitchen and one in the laundry/utility room.
The living room is graced with a wall of glass facing the National Forest. A two-sided wood fireplace warms the living room and the dining room on the other side. The living room has an entertainment center with 5 built-in speakers all on their own volume control.
The master suite upstairs is extra large with an adjoining master bath. A coffee station in the master suite gets you going. The master bath has a small deck off it to enjoy your first cup of coffee. Off the master suite is a large loft with 2 skylights. This loft is currently used as a home office and yoga room but could easily serve as an extra bedroom.
The engineer-owner considered all aspects of the build. There is a water shut-off/drain control panel built chest high into the wall of the garage. A propane tank fill-level indicator is also located in the garage. There is an electric firewood dumbwaiter that serves up wood from the garage to the living room above. There is a manually switched backup electric power with a 3.5kw duel-fule generator. Out the back of this fine home is a welcoming stone patio with chairs and a table for entertaining in the forest. This house is the first house in the subdivision from a plowed winter parking area making winter access easy.