This house contains 1800 heated square footage also with three bedrooms and three full baths. This house was built as a spec house with the intention of placing it on the market immediately. The exterior veneers consist of synthetic stucco, stone, and metal roofing to provide a low maintenance exterior for new owners that were not likely to be full-time residents, possibly purchasing this home for vacationing in the beautiful Sacramento Mountains.
The main living area in the house presents an open design that connects the kitchen, living room, and dining room for entertaining and family gatherings. It is spacious and open, capable of perhaps becoming a place of family reunion. This area also contains wood ceilings and 3/4" red oak flooring adding to the upscale appeal of this home. A gas fireplace wtih stone veneer and a large hearth for sitting provides heat in the winter months as well as a beautiful atmosphere for evening relaxation. Hickory cabinetry and granite countertops finish the kitchen for, again, low maintenance and a polished look. The windows in the house are upgraded double hung wood windows with a 26 gauge metal exterior finish ensuring excellent insulation, ease of operation, clear UV filtered light and quality that will last with little attention. The bathrooms contain custom tile flooring, Jacuzzi tub, oil-rubbed bronze Delta fixtures, tile countertops, and drop-in Kohler porcelain sinks, along with a tile shower. All interior wood finishes including doors, moulding, flooring, and ceilings have been stained and finished with multiple coats of high gloss lacquer to a lustrous shine and match throughout the entire house.
A mudroom from the garage to the front entry enables owners to enter the home with dirty boots or shoes, hands full, covered in snow or wet with rain, donned with gardening gloves, or carrying potted plants without getting the rest of the house dirty. This space also provides room for the washer and dryer and a padded bench for sitting or storing that is out of view from the rest of the house. A covered "wrap around" porch presents wood ceilings and recessed canned lighting along with redwood flooring and hand railing, situated perfectly for viewing the western sunset over the Sierra Blanca Mountains.