Circa 1960, post-and-beam, published Deepwell Home by Hugh Kaptur. The house is a study of Hugh Kaptur design: Masonry, Exposed Beams, Wall of Glass, Floating Roof-line, Geometric Angles and expansive interior spaces. Lovingly restored and maintained, and Hugh Kaptur approved. The home invites you in and captures you with its privacy, architecture and mountain view. Three spacious En-suite Bedrooms with exterior access, a powder room for guests and a Great Room with a stunning Architectural Fireplace. New custom Glass and Sliding Doors to capture the views and energy. A remodeled saltwater Pool & Spa surrounded by exquisite minimalist desert landscaping is perfectly harmonized with the home, with "indoor-outdoor" living that invites entertaining or relaxing with family. Understated, Elegant and ready for the next proud Owner. This property is currently being considered for Class 1 Historical Designation.
Updated: 11/13/2018 11:51:25 PM
Posted: 10/16/2018 | Updated: 11/13/2018 11:51:25 PM
Listing Agent/Office: Mike Langham, Bennion Deville Homes
Source: CL
Special Features
ROOMTYPE : Master Bedroom,Great Room,Utility Room,Master Suite,Walk-In Closet
HEATING : Central Furnace
COOLING : Central
LAUNDRYFEATURES : Dryer Included,Area,Washer Included
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CalBRE#: 01361581
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