Taste of Sante Fe at the Raven
By Bonnie Smith AllenOur featured home today sits on the sixth and seventh holes of The Raven Golf Course and enjoys some of the most spectacular views at the Three Peaks neighborhood. The five bedroom, five and a half bath home at 1817 Falcon Drive in Silverthorne is offered at $2,458,900 which yields a price per square foot of $448 for the 5,486 square feet of living space. Additionally, there is a two car oversized garage, plenty of storage and a sunny lot with spectacular mountain views included.
Double rustic entry doors hint at the custom touches which evoke the southwestern artistic flavor of the interior. The entry leads into the slated foyer. To the right is a coat closet and then straight ahead is the welcoming Great room. The living space is carpeted and circled in windows with golf course and mountain views. A stylized kiva fireplace adds special warmth to the room with beautiful detail. To the right is a built in wet bar with granite slab counters, beautiful cabinetry and rusted metal detail. French doors lead out to the sunny wraparound deck which soaks up views of Buffalo and Red Mountain.To the left is the Sante Fe-style kitchen with beautiful mosaic backsplash, granite slab counters and antiqued cabinets. Appliances include a Sub Zero refrigerator, six burner Dacor rangetop, Asko dishwasher, Dacor double convection wall oven and microwave. The adjoining dining room is semi-circular with low built in cabinets topped in granite slab giving plenty of storage, and a ring of windows bringing in the outside. Just past the kitchen is a slated powder room with copper vessel sink. The nearby laundry features Whirlpool Duet appliances and a utility sink, as well as more storage. The two car garage and mudroom are next, with a built in workshop area the highlight of this wing.
To the right of the living space is one of two master suites, this one again evocative of southwestern style with fauxed green walls and a second kiva fireplace. The ensuite bath boasts double sinks, separate shower, jetted tub and granite slab countertops. Intricate tile work and oil rubbed bronze faucets enhance the detail.Stairs up from the main level lead to the other master suite, this one warmed by salmon colored walls and an ensuite bath with earth and brick tones. Views here are spectacular and the roofline adds architectural interest. An open loft adds space for an office or additional sitting area.
Stairs down from the main level lead into the family room with a stone fireplace and doors out to the patio and firepit. On the left wall is a built in wet bar with evergreen cabinets and slab granite counters in charcoal granite. The bar also includes a ceramic farmhouse sink, Fisher-Paykel dishwasher drawers, and a wine cooler. There is space for a pool table as well as a media area. Three additional bedrooms are located on this level, each with baths with unique tile and granite and good closet space. A second laundry area on this level adds convenience.With spectacular views, beautiful architectural details and quality throughout, this wonderful mountain home is just waiting to welcome you.
Bonnie Smith Allen, ABR, CIPS, CRB, CRS, GRI, MRE is Owner and Managing Broker of Exclusive Mountain Retreats Real Estate, the Exclusive Summit County Board of Regents Member of Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate. She can be reached at (800) 871-0765 or (970) 453-0765 or by visiting http://www.exclusivemountainretreats.com.
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