Rising from original basement walls and three fireplaces, salvaged from what was a 1950s house, is a new and spacious family home in the Sand Point Country Club community. The roofline of the second-story master suite rises to greet the sunrise. Other roofs are “green” and keep a low profile.
The outdoors comes in as often as possible, particularly in the large and welcoming great room. There, sliding pocket doors tuck into the walls, leaving a largely uninterrupted 28-foot opening to a private and intimate courtyard, which puts to use the original fireplace and a translucent roof.
The owners were seeking a new home for their recently blended family (kids ages 9 to 21) that was functional and flexible, intimate and elegant, open yet private. A well-built home for both grownups, kids and pets. Indestructible, yet refined. Sunrise Vista has it all. The home meets the owners’ goals with chosen materials (cast-concrete, Calacatta gold marble, quartz, slate, American black walnut, white oak, cedar and Plexwood), varied ceiling height, which reaches its peak at 14 feet in the living room, and quality construction, which brings it all together and elevates the design.
Sunrise Vista is contemporary cool and invitingly warm. The quality is in the details.