Breathtaking mountain contemporary 2-story home in the picture-perfect Timbers at the Pinery community of Parker, offering sensational mountain views and an incredible walk-out basement! Extraordinary architectural details such as soaring ceilings, stone columns and beautiful craftsman-style woodwork make a dazzling entrance into this beautifully updated home and highlight a flowing open floorplan resplendent with natural beauty and light! The home has been lovingly and meticulously rejuvenated with many new upgrades and finishes throughout, such as all new Hunter Douglas real-wood plantations shutters, fresh designer paint, an updated master bathroom paradise featuring a jetted soaking tub and steam shower with radiant floors, and new faucets and Kohler Memoirs toilets in all bathrooms. The home additionally boasts knotty alder cabinets and doors, new copper sinks in many bathrooms, new ceiling fans, premium hickory floors and new carpet, charming custom window seats with storage in the upper-level spare bedrooms, a heated 4-car attached garage, two new hot water heaters, wonderful wood work and built-ins, exquisite new chandeliers, mountain views from every level... the list goes on with incredible eye-catching features at every turn!The sprawling nearly .75 acre lot with a perimeter of mature pines to create a secluded, mountain-like feel boasts over $40K in upgraded exterior lighting and landscaping added to the existing utopic features that include a stamped concrete upper deck with a gas fireplace, a lower covered patio and outdoor kitchen enhancing the walk-out basement recreation areas, a tranquil rock water feature, and a high-end hot tub to enjoy while savoring breathtaking Colorado sunsets and star-gazing. Nestled into a quiet cul-de-sac within the prestigious Timbers at the Pinery community known for its scenic natural setting and unmatched bucolic beauty, this home is truly “turn-key” and ready for you to move in and enjoy!
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX of Cherry Creek. Selling Office: Kentwood Real Estate Cherry Creek.