Located at the top of Dolores Mountain Trail on 2 acres sits this prestine 4,500 sqft Spanish Colonial style home built in 1988. Between the beautiful arches, hand carved solid wood cabinets and doors, (brought in from Mexico) the intricate tile work, the atrium, and spacious living, you will feel like you are at a retreat and have left the country! Your breath will be taken away in awe as you walk into the foyer of the home. Centrally placed, the Atrium is the heart of this home with tile flooring, a beadboard ceiling, new 14 double pane skylights, a built-in watering system on a timer and many plants and trees including lemon and lime trees. The centerpiece of the Atrium is a magnificent multi-tiered fountain that emits a tranquil sound and gives a sense of relaxation. The kitchen is a chef’s dream offering two cooktops, one gas and the other electric, two wall ovens, a microwave, dishwasher and refrigerator. There is an ample amount of countertop and cabinet space as well as two built-in lazy Susan’s. The dining room has a crystal chandelier, built-in hutches and sliding glass doors that open to the Atrium. The large living room, located just off the kitchen, has a wood burning stove featured with a decorative rock wall, bench seating with storage underneath and built-in cabinets. The primary bedroom has sliding glass doors that open directly to the Atrium, a private bathroom offering a double sink vanity with talavera hand painted sinks, a built-in vanity with a seating area, a shower/tub combo, a private toilet area and a large closet. There are a total of 5 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms throughout this home between the upper and lower levels. Other features include an office with built-in shelving, cabinets and drawers, a new architectural shingle roof, efficiency apartment, 1 car garage, private water well, large covered front porch, enclosed patio and more! The options are endless with this property. The previous owner ran a bed and breakfast and once...
Listing courtesy of Jami Gray from Mountain View Properties