At the end of a lovely paved driveway sits this charming home. Note the lovely low maintenance, evergreen landscaping.
As you pull up to what could be your home, you are treated to views of the mountains.
A pleasant, curved walkway takes you from the parking area to the front door.
For your safety, the front door is equipped with a security window.
This cozy room is the perfect spot for a little tete a tete with friends.
Another view of the transition room with a glimpse of the entry foyer.
One of the beauties of the transition room is that it gives you views of the dining area, kitchen, and living room. Note the nichos and wall space for artwork.
Situated between the transition room and the kitchen, the dining room has views to the front of the house.
The light filled living room is the heart of this home. It accesses the kitchen, master bedroom, guest bath and both guest bedrooms. It also opens up to the lovely back patio.
The diamond plaster Kiva fireplace is the focal point of the living room, lending warmth, tradition and atmosphere.
A view to the master bedroom. Note the built in shelves and the bar separating the living room from the kitchen. Many an entertaining conversation may be had with guests while working in the kitchen.
Morning light streams into the living room keeping it bright and warm before the sun gets to its nadir and hot.
With newly installed granite countertops, this kitchen has everything within easy reach, range/oven, dishwasher, and refrigerator. A convenient pantry and the laundry are but steps away.
The attention to design truly shows in the kitchen. Not only are all the appliances conveniently located, but while busy in the kitchen, the owner can still talk with guests in the living room or the dining room.
While working in the kitchen you have lovely views of the back patio and garden.
Conveniently located to the side of the kitchen, it is easy to keep an eye on the laundry while cooking.
Note the newly installed carpets. The lovely morning light streaming in. The split air conditioner and the electronic blinds that can be raised and lowered without leaving the comfort of bed.
Off to the side of the master bedroom is the bath.
The comfortable master bath encompasses a jetted tub, bidet, separate water closet, and a walk-in closet. Of course, it goes without saying that it has a lovely sink. Notice the attention to detail and the recessed towel rack.
The glass blocks and skylight allow lots of light while retaining privacy.
The newly installed granite counter top lends an air of modernity and sophistication to the bathroom
The walk-in closet is large enough to hold all your clothes, from casual to evening wear.
Newly carpeted, this cozy bedroom has large, mirrored, double sliding door closets.
Views to the closet, and down the hall, passing the guest bath and on to the 2nd guest bedroom.
A lovely guest bathroom with all the necessities for a guest.
With a door to the outside, this bedroom is very versatile and could make a lovely home office.
Another view. Again, note the new carpeting.
The 2-car garage, with a storage nook for brooms, etc., has direct entry to the kitchen making it easy to carry in groceries and other household supplies.
Another view of the garage. The work-table may be left where it is, or if two cars need to be in the garage, it could be moved to the free standing room off the side of the house. See following photos.
This unfinished room is a bonus. It can be used as storage , be converted to a workshop or man-cave; or, if the city allows, could possibly be made into a casita.
Interior view of the expansive space.
Another view of the large space.
If you love gardening, having a greenhouse is heaven. This greenhouse was equipped to be hydroponic, but even as a straight forward greenhouse you can grow tender perennials or start vegetables a month or two before the regular growing season.
This view gives a good idea of the size of the greenhouse.
Note the fans for temperature control and in the far corner where the hydroponic equipment used to sit.
Enjoy the back patio while contemplating what you want to grow in the greenhouse or watch your cats playing in the catio.
The backyard has lovely perennials and mature evergreen trees. You can also catch a glimpse of the mountains over the fence.
From this angle, you can see a corner of the catio.
The back patio leading to the catio and the free-standing room.
What cat would not want to live in this house with direct access from the master bedroom to its playroom?
Snuggled between the main house and the free-standing room, the catio is sheltered from all but the coldest of days. Of course, the top, though netted, is open to the elements allowing for plenty of sunshine and air flow.
Lots of creativity went into designing this haven for cats or perhaps you have ferrets or birds ...
Another view showing the cat door leading to the master bedroom.
Note the hanging mirror where your cat/ferret/bird can admire itself. It also allows the owner to get a view of the cat should it be sitting against the wall.
Flagstones lead the way from the back patio, past the catio to the free-standing room.
The side yard with lovely fruit trees. It also has a separate entry through a gate next to the garage and allows access to the 2nd guest bedroom/home office. Thus eliminating the need for clients to go through the house.
Another view of the meandering walkway leading from the gate in the fence next to the garage to the 2nd bedroom/home office.
This mature apple tree, yearly, bears loads of delicious red apples.
Another view of the abundance of apples on the tree.
If your taste runs to pears, there are two lovely pear trees. Sorry, no partridges.
Just covered with pears. There is also an Asian pear tree, but most of the fruit was already gone.
In addition to views of the mountains from the backyard, there are also views over the fence from the parking area.
More views from the parking area.