A striking fusion of worlds, Idahos rustic beauty and sleek contemporary lines of the California Modern are emboldened in this one-of-a-kind architectural masterpiece. This placement in Boises coveted and privately gated Nines Ridge community is simply irreplaceable, with panoramic views sweeping east to north of the downtown skyline, the valley lights and foliage, the Owyhee mountains, and the Boise Front captured from walls of windows and an impressive 3000 sf of outdoor deck space. Having undergone a complete rebirth in 2020 (taken down to the studs and rebuilt), every surface has been refreshed with exquisite style and impeccable quality to create a home of tremendous comfort and smart design. Proudly situated at the end of the street, the home sprawls across a graciously-sized .72-acre homesite overlooking the back of the Front 9 of Crane Creek. The commanding front courtyard sets the tone for the rest of the home, where Art is highlighted in this extraordinary living experience.
Dog Run,Fenced Part,Garden Space,Sidewalks,View,Borders Public Owned Land,Private Gated Community,Cul-De-Sac,Finished Driveway
Listing Data Last Updated 02-09-2023
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950 N. Cole Rd.
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