The enjoyment of the natural context is the very purpose of the post and beam style and I do not know a better example than here in this serene “Tree House” of that artistic design. The setting on a knoll within a canopy of mature trees with a view out over our valley is the synthesis of natural beauty and the right architectural choices within that beauty. Welcome to this rare find that has been lovingly preserved.
With its exceptional wood work of long plank ceilings and walls to the intricate small pattern herringbone flooring all bathed in natural light from floor to ceiling windows, this is a space made for the display and enjoyment of art. The Owners commissioned the Josh Trilogy original sculpture which he installed in the entry. The large living and dining rooms enjoy wonderful views and a warm fireplace hearth. The kitchen has been tastefully updated with appropriate reserve. The floor plan is well conceived with all three of the bedrooms and both baths off the central hall. The master suite enjoys a large master bedroom and its own master bath with a wall of glass to a private terrarium.
Perhaps the greatest joy of this home is the most child-like, the outdoor family room that can only be reached via sky bridge from the main house. There is also a second such outdoor deck for a more contemplative space. Just a few additional features include: central air and heating, updated copper plumbing, a two car detached garage, additional off street parking on a well designed driveway for this unique site, as well as the close proximity of the Oakmont Country Club.
offered by: Craig Farestveit