Starting with a cool 1967 neo-Mansard on an infinity view lot, these artistic Owners re-imagined the interior to create a breathtaking example of elegant design and exquisite execution that is befitting such a sought-after location.
Clean lines of a purposely understated exterior are welcoming, but not forthtelling. Not until you pass that rare clover turf and covered front patio do you start to wonder, “to what do these double glass doors open?” European oak plank flooring and high ceilings frame the wall of glass looking out over… forever. The large formal entry opens to a gorgeous great room with integrated lighting, sound, and detailed trim. As for the kitchen, there should be another word for kitchen to describe this culinary joy where fine food is prepared for great friends sharing charcuterie amongst endless marble counters, gleaming white cabinetry, and high-end appliances. The chef’s creation is served in the glass rotund or outside under the loggia and open sky.
There is of course a large formal dining room that was so smartly designed to also be flexible view space for a home office/gym or a large guest space. The hall leads to each of the three bedrooms and two remodeled baths. The primary retreat enjoys a large bedroom, sitting area, an elegantly remodeled bath, and three closets – with one of these being better described as a room in which to not only dress but gather energy for the coming day. Just a few additional features include: two new central air and heating systems, updated electrical and plumbing, remodeled powder room, remodeled laundry, remodeled outdoor BBQ kitchen, and even a remodeled two car attached garage. The Starlight Mesa neighborhood enjoys its own private community park with a pool, cabana, tennis court, and open green play space.
offered by: Craig Farestveit