Lost Tracks House
As with most of Don’s homes there are numerous outdoor amenities – covered patios, trellis work, arbors, private nooks, water features, and interesting garden areas. Natural wood timbers are in abundance through out the home both inside and out. Natural stone compliments the large timbers and Redwood burls from Northern California that flank the fireplace and provide seating outside at the large covered entry.
The burls and Redwood mantle show evidence of the fire that occurred in the Redwood Forest decades ago. Generous amounts of reclaimed Redwood graces ceilings and special walls within the home. The kitchen is surely a chef’s delight. Appliances are Wolf-Sub-Zero including a double oven, steam oven, micro convection oven, professional surface burners, coffee machine, 2 sinks and dishwashers. A large working island creates a huge workspace plus a separate six person eating bar and dining area makes space for up to 18 guests.
The main three car garage is near the walk-in pantry and just a few steps from the kitchen, A separate two car sized toy storage area is provided on the lower level. Other features include solar heating and domestic hot water, 3 fireplaces, 3 bedrooms, 2 offices, and a large craft room, all designed to meet our client’s vision of home.
Central Oregon Builders Association awards for this 2009 Tour Home include:
Best Architectural Design
Best of Show