A one-of-a-kind mountain home in Heber, Utah.
One of a kind 7,280 sq.ft. custom mountain home; 5 bedroom, 6 baths, 4 fireplaces, custom kitchen with double islands, built-in Thermador appliances, gym, home office, 20 ft. vaulted ceilings, custom hand-cut draw-knife timbers, butlers kitchen and pantry, 3 master suites, fire pole, laundry room, mud room, freestanding porte-cochere, sprinkler system, pull through 3 car garage, custom lighting design, Danze fixtures, 16' bi-folding glass door onto 1,200 feet of covered deck, walkout basement, home automation center, hidden kids play area, hardwood floors, huge showers, ceiling fans, low-voltage lighting, Nest thermometers, massive walk in master closets, in-floor bathroom heating, front-side basement windows, inside-outside main fireplace, steal beams and posts, exterior hallways, surround sound theater, bridge entry, endless stream, fire pit, game room, bunk room, boundless storage, integrated security system, double mechanical rooms, dual water softeners, recirculating hot water, 106 custom wood-clad aluminum windows, 9 in-swing french doors, stone sills, indoor-outdoor living spaces, media wired, stunning mountain and canyon views on 2 acres of prime horse property next to Red Ledges in Heber, Utah.
That's one description of our house. Another one is more important to us; It's a home that is designed for family.
When we started designing and building this custom home, we wanted to make sure that it wasn't only beautiful, but it worked for a family on every level, from everyday family breakfast, to entertaining large groups. To handle these needs we spent two years working on the design before work began. We plotted lines of view inside the home, and considered the view from every window. We looked at the Sun's transit points in summer and winter and angled the hose to take advantage of the sun in winter and maximize shade in the summer. We connected the upper and lower great rooms with light and sound wells. The result is a truly unique, and liveable, home.
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