Home on Stretch of River Design in South Fork River Hideaway

October 27th, 2010 by admin # Home Building Concepts

Home on Stretch of River Design in South Fork River Hideaway, actually languish in the river in several refreshing pools. The water is crystal clear snow melt out of Sequoia National Park and is so refreshing. house with 2 car garage and adjoining large workshop which has garage door openings on both ends offering a great view of the river and ventilation for your workspace! It is from this woodshop that most of the moldings, rails and custom woodwork have been handmade to finish the home. Right now the owner is installing a custom “steam shower” in the master bath. He just finished installing an outside shower with a redwood deck. Rambling redwood decks, screened porches and gravel walkways offer great views and access to this fabulous stretch of river. The sounds of the river will lull you to sleep at night. The home is tucked in the oaks with a brick walkway through a beautifully lit and landscaped garden. The entry bridge spans a pool with a river rock waterfall.

There are waterfalls, pools, porches, gazebos, bridges, arched gateways, and decks with umbrellas. There are Hydrangea, gardenia, roses, azaleas and lilies along rock lined, gravel pathways along the river and through the woods.wide open great room with high ceilings and high library windows. There is an adjoining dining room, a kitchen overlook and a den with wet bar and wine cooler. The windows throughout the house are custom and substantial in size.large insulated workshop with a cozy wood stove overlooking the river. There is a fenced vegetable garden with raised beds and irrigation. A family picnic shelter with deep pit BBQ take advantage of the solar bank where a sophisticated system provides electricity to power the home

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