Calistoga Craftsman: Recently Featured In The New York Times
This handsome 1920's craftsman bungalow has been artfully restored from top to bottom with impeccable attention to detail and design. Generous proportions, natural light, and classic architectural elements combine to create a harmonious space with a decidedly refined and sophisticated feel. Gorgeous bamboo floors flow throughout the first floor, creating a sense of warmth and continuity. The gas fireplace faced with natural fossilized flagstone creates a beautiful focal point in the living room. The vintage style kitchen combines exceptional charm with upscale amenities that you'll love: honed granite countertops, custom white cabinetry, Shaw farm sink, professional four burner range, hood with warming lights and wine fridge. The downstairs bath is a study in understated elegance with bead board walls and ceiling, pedestal sink and skirted claw foot tub. The master bedroom is light and bright with large walk-in closet that can double as a small office space. The master bath features white subway tile, double free-standing vanity topped with white Carrera marble, oversized tub and spacious shower with frameless door. Improvements to this property go well beyond the surface, adding substantial quality and energy efficiency: Lowen windows, new foundation, new roof, new electrical, new plumbing, new landscaping and irrigation, tankless water heater, and high efficiency heater and air conditioner. Located in a desirable neighborhood only three blocks from downtown Calistoga, this home is extraordinary in every way.