Main House: Constructed in 2011, the owners’ residence exhibits craftsmanship and quality throughout. The home’s 4,882± square feet include on the main level a master bedroom and bathroom, great room with a fireplace, kitchen, two pantries, office, powder room, laundry room, mud/dog room, a three-season sunroom, and a three-car garage, which has radiant heat. The home is protected against power outages by a Generac 20 KW generator, which supplies electricity to the entire home. There is also a surge protector attached to the electrical meter, which provides whole-house protection for your appliances.
The appliances in the kitchen include a 48-inch Sub-Zero refrigerator-freezer, a Wolf six burner stovetop with griddle, Wolf warming drawer, Wolf oven, and a Wolf convection/microwave oven. The kitchen sink is Kohler, the countertops are granite, and there is under-cabinet lighting. The stove hood is a variable commercial hood.
The flooring in the mudroom and laundry room is stained concrete, and both have radiant heat. There is cork flooring in the two pantries and master bedroom dressing areas. The kitchen floor is slate and the dining room, living room, office, powder room and master bedroom are hand-scraped hickory three-quarter inch hardwood. The master bathroom features a Kohler soaking tub and has travertine flooring with radiant heat.
All the bathroom fixtures are Kohler, both on the main level and the lower level. There is a water recirculation pump for quick hot water. A majority of the lights are dimmable, and the fans are all Casa Blanca.
The lower level walkout has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a family room with fireplace, and an entertainment area with a sink, two storage rooms, and a utility room. The main level has air conditioning and the downstairs has radiant heat, supplemented by geothermal. In the garage there is a dog shower with hot and cold water.
Outside the patio doors on the lower level there is a covered rock patio. This patio remains dry due to the Trex RainEscape on the upper deck. This Trex drainage system funnels water and melting snow into gutters that are connected to drainpipes that open on the hillside. Wiring is in place for a future hot tub or sauna.
The covered deck runs the width of the house and connects to the sunroom. Both the deck and sunroom have LP gas outlets for future use. The flooring for both areas is Port Orford cedar. The sunroom walls and ceiling are pine tongue and grove, and it is a three-season room. It has a door that connects to the dining room.
Guest House: Originally constructed in 1952, the guest house’s 1,714± square feet have been updated to provide comfortable accommodations. The home has a kitchen, living room, small office, recreation room, three bedrooms and two bathrooms, all on one level. There is also a one-car garage, fenced yard, and dog kennel attached to the workshop.
Outbuildings: Next to the guest house is a 30’X40’ workshop, that is insulated and heated by a wood stove and has telephone and computer service. Other outbuildings include a 10’X12’ weather-tight storage shed behind the workshop, a 24’X30’ weather-tight shed, a 14-foot diameter grain bin, a 12’X20’ garden shed, and the remnants of an old calving shed.