You’ve been calling, emailing and DM’ing. “When?” you ask, “When will another cool, modern home hit the market!?”
Well, the wait is over. Drum roll, introducing 3511 Hidden Acres Drive. A treetop retreat that will
BLOW. YOUR. MIND.
After you walk up the small mountain, that is the driveway, you’ll be at the front door, breathless and higher than snoop dog on April 20th. But then, you’ll open the turquoise door and —BAM— Sold! Done! Literally Dead!
Two words: The Kitchen. You could pretty much just live in this kitchen. Sure, there are other rooms in the house, but truthfully all you need is food, water and natural light —so there’s really no need to tour the rest of the home… Well, Okay, if you insist.
This home was constructed in 1983 and is similar to an Acorn/Deck house. Google it. It’s a pre-fab custom-built masterpiece with wood ceilings, thick sturdy beams and walls of windows in every room. The entire downstairs and upstairs wrap around a two-story atrium with double doors that open onto the hardscape patio overlooked by the natural backyard. When you’re not sleeping on the massive quartz countertop, in the kitchen, you’ll likely be hanging out in this room, watching the birds and pretending to work. It is glorious.
Numerous emotions might overtake you as you walk through the living room and up the stairs. Your head will drop back as you gaze at the authentic vertigo pendant designed by Constance Guissett for Petite Friture. When you reach the top of the stairs and enter the owner’s suite you might even break down and start to sob. It has a fireplace, no joke. And the bathroom is a seductive combination of sand colored travertine and glazed sea green tile . Whoever designed this renovation was an absolute genius.
Upstairs each bedroom is big enough to house multiple King beds and several dressers. Two of the bedrooms overlook the atrium so you can dress up like Rapunzel or role play as if you’re Juliet. Let’s face it, doesn’t need more sizzle in their relationship?
This house has a little something for everyone, including a workshop in the basement and a random, secret room under the front steps. Don’t ask.
Let this be a warning: DO NOT COME to this open house unless you’re ready to fall in love. You’ll experience a deep desire to move in order to satisfy every emotion on the emotional scale. Perhaps it’s best for you to just watch the video on YouTube and fantasize about the grass being greener. Well actually, there’s no grass to cut at this home, the lot is pretty much maintenance free. But the kitchen is bigger and cooler than yours and the wood ceilings are higher and the beams are thicker and the windows are clearer…
Ok, maybe you should come see it, just to find something to hate about it so you won’t live the rest of your life wondering “what if?”