If you’re looking to live closer to nature without having to let go of creature comforts, then this contemporary stunner may be of interest. Located two hours from San Francisco, this new residence perched above the lush Potter Valley frames grand views of the surrounding countryside.
Inside, the home spans 1,750 square feet. An open layout connects the primary living spaces, all of which were structured to take advantage of the encompassing landscape. For example, large, sliding glass walls in the dining area extend the space to the wraparound decking, blurring the lines between inside and out. As a result, plentiful natural light and fresh air weaves throughout the interior.
Traditional Japanese influences mark the design, seen in wooden finishes and custom shoji used to subtly divide spaces. Other notable features include hand-plastered interior walls, designer appliances, and radiant heating throughout.
The residence also has a self-contained, solar-electric system with a 10 Kw generator backup, as well as water storage with a productive well equipped to service the home and garden. Keep scrolling to see more of property, which is currently on the market for $1,595,000.
11769 E Side Potter Valley Road in Potter Valley, California, is currently listed for $1,595,000 by Kevin McDonald of Sotheby’s International Realty, Wine Country East Napa Street Brokerage.
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