Masterfully designed and built by renowned area architect Tom Christ of Christ & Associates and builder Artisan, this classic cottage-style 4BR/4BA property in the Highland Parks community of Blue Mountain Beach will delight with its custom finishes and outstanding design. Nestled between two wooded homesites, the 1BR/1BA carriage home shelters the 3BR/3BA main home from the road providing a uniquely private atmosphere with a spacious courtyard between the two structures. Two sizable, covered porches enhance the living spaces of the main home while the carriage home also includes a private covered balcony. The main home features a reverse plan with a spacious master suite and guest suite on the main level along with a welcoming foyer with shiplap walls and low maintenance stone floors perfect for beach life. Ascend the wooden staircase to find an open living and dining area with soaring tongue and groove ceilings, abundant natural light, wide plank hardwood floors, and neutral hues. The fully equipped kitchen offers plenty of prep space with Caesar stone and LG Hausys top of the line quartz countertops and center island, stainless steel appliances, white cabinetry, and a white subway tile backsplash that extends to the ceiling. A guest bathroom with a soaking tub is also located on this level. On the third floor, find a large bedroom with built-in bunks that can be used as a flex space with an entertaining area. Over the two-car garage, the carriage home provides a lovely space for guests with full kitchen, separate living room, bedroom, and full bathroom. The charming brick pavered courtyard unites the two homes with ample room for the addition of a plunge pool. Located just steps from the community pool, this immaculate property offers unlimited potential with the option to rent out one or more of the homes or to create a private family retreat in the heart of Blue Mountain Beach.
The upscale community of Highland Parks offers a resort-style swimming pool, gas fire pit, hot tub, covered entertainment pavilion, and an observation tower with spectacular views across the Gulf of Mexico to the state forest that surrounds the neighborhood.