to be built on
5.74 acres in new Selkirk Meadows
Pride of ownership starts at the curb in this distinctive home by Aspen.
Superior Curb appeal is Aspen’s Signature.
Handsome Timber, Shake & Stone accents echo North Idaho’s rugged, natural ethos.
THE SILVER CREEK envisions
- Single Level living PLUS 2nd Level Bonus area
- Spacious Kitchen with Island Breakfast Bar & Pantry
- Open Great Room & Dining area
- Master Suite featuring a large Walk-in Closet
- Covered Front Porch
- Attached 2 Car Garage
- Possible additional Basement Option
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This OH-SO-CHIC classic bungalow features a Granite Kitchen, built-in cabinetry, & Hardwood flooring. Sunlight splatters a rainbow kaleidoscope throughout this customized cottage from Stained Glass Living, Dining, Master Bed & Master Bath windows. This property features a separate detached Studio/Office /2nd Bedroom & Covered Patio with Spa/Hot Tub. Gas Stove & Central Air for year-round comfort. With its downtown location, luxe amenities & curb appeal (aided by a shake roof & redwood siding) you may never want to leave.
A true artisan showpiece!
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Main Level Suite includes Bedroom, Living Room, Craft/Office & Private Patio.
Will this be quarters for In-Laws, Guests or yourself?
Hwy 95, E on Hanley, N on 16th to sign
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PRESTIGIOUS STANLEY HILL LUXURY VIEW HOME
Stop by and see this Craftsman Home with 4200 sq ft
Luxury at its best!
3+ bed/ 3.5 bath, 2 Master Suites
Theater, Gourmet Granite Kitchen and In-Law Quarters
Coeur d’Alene City & Mountain Views!
Now includes adjacent lot, for a total of .65 Acre
2202 Stanley Hill Road
Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
15th St, E on Elm, Up Hill, House on the Right
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Popular Trends to Consider
Maximize food prep and dining space. Dual islands, tiered islands and island/peninsula combinations provide space for preparing meals, dining and storage. Pull-out cutting boards and tables can also help to extend food prep space.
Plan functional storage space. Kitchen storage details are important. Add pull-outs to ease organization of your dishes, pots, pans and bake wear. Pull-out pantry units organize cans and dry goods. Drawer storage is the key for keeping utensils in their place.
Use cabinets to create interest in the kitchen. A trend that we’re seeing more in homes is the use of two tone cabinetry in the kitchen. For example, white cabinetry may be installed around the perimeter of a kitchen and dark wood-stain cabinets are used for an island or peninsula. Add glass door cabinets to quickly spot items stored and for display. Open-shelving can be added to your cabinet configuration for both display and storage.
Add under-counter appliances for convenience. Microwave ovens, wine coolers, small refrigerators for beverages and additional cold storage and drawer dishwashers add function to a kitchen. Think about “universal design” when installing appliances for convenience, and place appliances where they can be accessed by all users.
Think “Green”. A simple way of helping the environment is to purchase Energy Star appliances. If you’re interested in a “green kitchen” consider using sustainable products like bamboo flooring, concrete counters, recycled glass back splash areas and recycled wood.
Add a backsplash. Glass tiles, especially those made from recycled glass, are being used more in kitchens for an easy to clean aesthetic backsplash behind sink and stove areas. Backsplashes are also made of solid surface materials, porcelain tiles, laminate and metal. Plan your backsplash to accentuate your style – modern, traditional, cottage, country, Tuscan, or eclectic.
Consider crown molding. Adding crown molding to a kitchen provides a “finished” look to cabinetry. Also, it adds architectural interest to the space.
Combine your kitchen and dining room areas. A dining room is often one of the least used rooms in a home. If your floor plan permits, tear down a wall that separates a kitchen from a dining room. This will open up the space and add function to your home. The expanded space may allow you to add more storage to the kitchen or even an office area.
Trends in Decorating Your Kitchen
Kitchen Lighting. The latest lighting trends this year will include statement lighting and hidden lighting fixtures. Your new kitchen should receive enough natural light during the daytime. You might want to consider the installation of additional windows or perhaps a skylight to make this part of your home sunnier and inviting. Artificial lighting will continue to be hot this year as recessed lights and track lighting fixtures over sinks and cabinets create that soothing glow. Statement lighting fixtures will also make it big this year. Pendant lighting items or chandeliers in wrought bronze, iron and other deco styles will make for a brighter kitchen and, at the same time, add a touch of elegance and glamour. Lampshades are also getting into the kitchen scene this year. Select lampshades with bold colors or graphic prints to make this lighting centerpiece stand out from the rest. This works best for white or neutral colored kitchens.
Kitchen Décor Gets More Natural This Year.
The use of natural materials such as granite, bamboo, or hardwood, is the materials of choice this year. More and more homeowners are shifting away from synthetic materials and stainless steel. From their lighting fixtures, cabinets, kitchen counters, and other accessories, natural materials are the preference. These natural materials not only create a warmer and more inviting space, but they are also more sustainable and durable.
Glass is also slowly making its way into many kitchens this 2011. Glass tiled backsplashes and glass cook tops are expected to dominate this year’s market. Glass tiles are easier to clean, replace and come in a wide variety of styles and colors. Moreover, glass containers, glass spice jars and glass water containers, will also remain in the trend as they more durable and airtight.
Color Trends Will Turn Up the Heat.
This year’s color trends will be bold and spicy. Think faded copper, burnt oranges, mottled reds, rich coffee, buttery yellows, warm cinnamon, punchy apricots, and other rich tones. These fiery yet subtle hues will add comfort and depth into your kitchen area. Warm colors also help stimulate appetites. If you are not that into red hues, then try to go for plumy purples, soft greens and even soft pinks.
Contrast is also a big thing for kitchen colors this year.
3BR/2.5BA, 1782 sq ft
Want peace and privacy? This 6+ Acre Mountain View home is nestled in a very private setting adjoining paper company forested land. Listen to the babbling brook from the front porch of this idyllic mountain view retreat, bedecked with colorful flowers, bushes and shrubs & charming split-rail fencing. If you yearn for a quiet life in the country, far away from the noise and rush of city life, then you will fall in love with this lovely home.
Cozy Wood Stove, Newer Laminate Flooring
Well-Equipped Kitchen with Pantry
Main Level Master Suite
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The name “BRIDGER” calls forth images of rugged mountain peaks of Yellowstone or Montana, or of the great Jim Bridger, legendary Mountain Man of the Wild West.
You and your guests will have room to gather in the spacious well-equipped Kitchen with Island, as well as in the open-air patio, serving as a popular gathering spot adjacent to the Great Room & Dining Areas for beautiful flexibility.
Spacious Master Suite with Walk-in Closet and 2 additional bedrooms, Low-maintenance Hardiplank Siding, finished 2 Car Garage & handsome Masonry Accents satisfy your needs for convenience and rugged beauty.
Enjoy Rathdrum Mountain views from many indoor & outdoor vantage points of your 4.6 Acre parcel. Selkirk Meadows is a new kind of neighborhood, dedicated to the twin ideals of environmental conservation and respect for neighbors.
Respect & appreciation for the Nature’s rugged Mountain Wild:
the essence of THE BRIDGER ideal.
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THE SEQUOIA is said to be the tallest tree that grows in North America. It can grow to be quite mighty, and is known for its great contributions to its surrounding eco-system. It can thrive for hundreds of years, and quite literally enriches the very soil in which it settles, providing great shelter for all kinds of creatures which take up residence in its mighty boughs.
Single Level Living features comfortable living spaces for anyone. A Peninsula Breakfast Bar & Pantry complete a well-equipped Kitchen, serving as a popular gathering spot adjacent to the Great Room & Dining Areas for beautiful flexibility.
Spacious Master Suite with Walk-in Closet and 2 additional bedrooms, Low-maintenance Hardiplank Siding, finished 2 Car Garage & handsome Masonry Accents satisfy your needs for convenience and pride of ownership.
After all, your home is a reflection of you. Like the mighty Sequoia, this home will serve you in style for years to come.
This 3BR/2.5BA home is to be built on 4.6 acres in incomparable Selkirk Meadows.
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