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- 147 single family units – 1.92 gross units per acre.
- Elimination of all multi-family units.
- Nearly 6.5 acres for a proposed monument park
- ~37% open space
Welcome to 15419 S. Eagle Crest Drive.
We’re swooning over the flawless transition of consistent hand scraped hardwoods on the main floor. Not only are they sleek and stylish, but they’re smart and sensible for everyday life.
The natural nexus of the family room, kitchen, and semi-formal dining is flanked by oversized windows all around. Whenever you pair sky vaults, windows, and view with rock fireplaces, granite counters, freshly painted cabinets, and stainless appliances you know it’s going to be good.
We love the placement of the master bedroom, a comfortable distance from the 2 bedrooms, yet tucked at the back of the lot to capture the views you moved up here for. Finesse, for sure.
Downstairs is open, bright, and huge. The whole family (maybe twice extended) are no match for the brilliant, sweeping design. From family room to pool table, ping pong, or hoop it up; take your pick – or take them all – this basement can handle it.The spare finished area would be perfect for a theater room, in our opinion. But hey, you do you.
The downstairs is rounded out by a bedroom, full bathroom and wet bar ready to serve up anything from popcorn to piña coladas.
The upgrades weren’t limited to the indoors – there’s a new spiral staircase that makes the crisp mountain air available from both levels. It’s just outside the daylight walkout basement off the covered Trex deck.
The backyard is landscaped and fenced for all two-legged and four-legged wanderers.
Sure, the sellers are sad to go. But they’re leaving it in tip top shape just for you!