The high vaulted wood plank ceiling with a wall of windows provides abundant natural light and views of of the canyon and hills.
Half hidden behind the fireplace is special nook, that offers restful views and a little seclusion from the rest of the living area
High clerestory windows provide extra light to illuminate the soaring wood planked ceiling.
View from the condo's entry showing the fireplace and beyond to the dining room and kitchen.
A second sliding patio door topped by a huge clerestory pane, leads to a covered deck that can be a second spacious living area on all but the most inclement of days.
View from the covered deck looking over a wooded valley to the horizon beyond.
Covered deck view showing the outside storage closet
Covered deck view back toward the dining room and kitchen.
View from patio entry showing the entry to the dining room and kitchen.
The dining room is surrounded by windows on three sides with wooded views and abundant natural light.
The remodeled kitchen's quartz counter tops provide plenty of preparation and serving space.
The custom cabinets and coordinating horizontal tile backsplash are illuminated by under the cabinet lighting and dimmable recessed ceiling fixtures.
The custom cabinetry extends to the pantry area next to the stacked washer and dryer. The cabinet doors of this efficient use of space, conceal roll-out pantry shelf drawers.
Natural light and views abound even at the sink. The all glass garden window receives a lot of sun, and while a perfect place for plants, the sun can be harsh, but a sohji screen softens the glare.
Perfect for entertaining, this kitchen's open wall provides the opportunity to engage with your guests while preparing a meal on your Samsung built-in oven and radiant cook top.
Primary bedroom showing entry to the private bath.
The owner suite's unremodeled bath is a spacious palette for creating the bath of one's dreams. (The jetted tub's non-working cold water faucet cannot be easily repaired.)
Primary bath vanity and linen cabinet.
The pocket door to the left encloses the toilet, the center door accesses the walk-in closet.
Primary Bedroom has additional closet space behind the mirrored doors.
View from the primary bedroom down the short hallway towards the living room and patio.
The second bedroom has a built in desk and mirrored door closet.
Another second bedroom view.
The second bedroom has a private entrance to the hall bath through a pocket door.
Developer Larry Peel's vision for the Neely's Canyon community was to create the appearance of buildings blending into the natural setting. Incorporating rough cedar and redwood planks and native stone, the buildings were set into the hillside leaving undisturbed as much of the site as possible.