Full log on Larson Lane
BY BONNIE SMITH ALLENSituated just a few blocks north of Frisco’s Main Street, the home at 42 Larson Lane enjoys a beautiful view of Mount Royal from its sunny deck. The full-log home boasts five bedrooms and four-and-a-half-baths. Offered at $1,599,000, the price per square foot weighs in at $316 for the 5,052 square feet of living space. Additionally, there is a two-car garage, more than 900 additional feet of unfinished space for a workshop, media room or exercise area and a beautiful half-acre lot included in the price.
The covered front porch beckons into the tiled entry of the home. Rustic barn board flooring then continues directly into the great room. A stone fireplace centers the space, rising up to the cathedral ceiling. The south-facing wall is almost entirely glass, with french doors leading out to the spacious deck and the mountain views beyond. The dining room enjoys these same windows and views. To the right, the open kitchen features warm natural cabinets, tiled floor and slab granite countertops in warm sand, gray and charcoal tones. Appliances include a Frigidaire Gallery series dishwasher, microwave and refrigerator, as well as the Professional series range and additional wall oven. Adjacent to the kitchen is a pantry and built-in office area, while a powder room adds convenience.Just past this is the mudroom with utility sink, slab granite countertops, plenty of storage and an entrance to the oversized garage. Stairs here lead up to a private suite with a wet bar topped in brick granite, a wine cooler and a bath trimmed in travertine and tile. Steps down from the garage lead into the unfinished space which presently is utilized as a workshop.
To the left of the great room is the main floor master with doors leading out to the deck. His and hers closets are a great amenity, as well as an additional laundry area. The master bath includes an oval, jetted tub large enough for two, double Kohler sinks and a separate shower.The half-log stairway from the living area leads up to a loft with a birds-eye view of the beam work. This provides a wonderful office, den or additional sleeping space. Stairs down reveal a spacious family room with enough room for a pool table, as well as media area. A wet bar adds convenience, and there is space for a wine cellar if that is a priority. Doors lead out to the spa and the fenced yard. The main laundry is on this level with tiled floor and plenty of storage. To the right is a bedroom suite with wonderful views, a spa tub and separate shower.
To the left on this level is a pair of bedrooms that share a Jack and Jill bath with tile trim and double sinks.This home offers the classic beauty of true-log construction, beautiful trim work, double slatted panel doors and careful details such as oil rubbed bronze fixtures throughout.
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BONNIE SMITH ALLEN, ABR, CIPS, CRB, CRS, GRI, MRE is owner/managing broker of Exclusive Mountain Retreats Real Estate, the Exclusive Summit County Board of Regents Member of Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate. Contact her at (800) 871-0765 or (970) 453-0765 or by visiting http://www.exclusivemountainretreats.com.
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