At the end of a long tree lined driveway is your Clovis country home, ready and waiting for you, your guests, family and friends.
Built in 1996 with an exceptional level of craftsmanship, this 3,330 square foot home is being offered for sale by the original owners. Positioned at the end of the developments culdesac, this 20 acre property, with sweeping views of the Sierra mountains is remarkable and includes everything a discerning buyer would expect from a premier property.
If having a large functional kitchen for baked goods, prime cuts of meat and family gatherings is on this list, look no further. An enormous kitchen island with a single-slab butcher block countertop, stainless steel appliances, double gas oven/stoves, refrigerator and the ultimate luxury item for the kitchen, a butler’s pantry.
While the master bedroom with its en-suite luxurious bath and fireplace is a favorite in this house, the real showpiece is the 6000 square foot wrap-around porch with saw-cut detail – created by hand, this magnificent porch runs around the entire home.
The backyard is a true oasis, an entertainers dream with its large shimmering pool, It’s perfect for garden parties, wedding receptions or intimate fireside chats with friends.
The guest home, located at the end of the paved drive is not to be overlooked with it’s own wrap-around porch, kitchen and full bathroom. Perfect for a caretaker, friends, or family member.
Sitting just North of the seller owned solar system is a large three car garage for storage of classic cars, tractors, boats, atv’s, and outdoor recreation gear has you covered for safe storage
Opening up your windows at the end of a long day and turning in for the night takes on a whole new meaning when instead of the sounds of cars driving by you turn to crickets, woodland birds, tawny owls, and the soft rustling of leaves in a cool breeze
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