Arguably the most attractive lot in secluded Frontier Air Park, this property appeals to pilots and outdoor enthusiasts alike, with 3 exclusive living areas and its own private hangar, as well as equestrian or livestock potential on 5+ acres. The main home boasts a light-filled interior with soaring ceilings, complementing its' highly functional open floor plan. Sizable kitchen offers bar seating, walk-in pantry, extra kitchen sink & an elevated dishwasher for ease of use. Large West-facing partially covered Trex deck can be accessed via the great room or master bedroom, with remote controlled lighting color options. With two 50-gallon water heaters there is never a shortage of hot water, and the master bedroom ensures it gets there quicker with a recirculating hot water pump.
A bonus room, currently used as a private study and library, sits above the garage, with its own kitchen and private, partially-covered Trex deck that could easily accommodate a separate outdoor entry. With an individual heat pump and air conditioner there is ample opportunity for a separate studio apartment living from the main home.
Additional details have thoughtfully been added in the main home such as USB ports integrated into many of the electrical outlets that conveniently allow you to charge your phone or tablet, in-wall speakers in the living room as well as additional in-wall speaker wiring to the back deck, kitchen and various other locations, and network cabling enabling a few of the rooms to connect a television via hard-wire for best streaming performance, avoiding slowdowns from other wireless devices on the network.
The 3-car garage has extra deep and wide parking bays to accommodate larger vehicles. Additionally, you will find a bathtub in the garage that is perfectly suited for washing pets or cleaning up after yard work. The enhanced garage-door opener controls lighting that illuminates the entire garage when you arrive home.
Across the driveway sits your own private 50' X 60' airplane hangar and attached Mother-In-Law apartment with radiant heat flooring throughout both. Hangar temperature is separately controlled - keep the hangar at 58* in the wintertime while the apartment is a warm 72*. The MIL features a wood burning stove, spacious living and dining areas, and lots of additional storage. Occupants can enjoy their own private outdoor living space with a South-facing Trex deck that backs to garden space. Overlooking the hangar is a mezzanine, perfect for storage or a private office. Hangar also comes equipped with its own utility room and bathroom. Each water output is individually plumbed and controllable. Both the main home and the hangar/apartment are wired for backup electricity by a gas-powered generator. Exterior lighting in front of the main house garage, front of the hangar, and front of the apartment is controlled by Leviton Vizia light switches, which automatically turn on at sunset and off at sunrise, they can also be programmed for different schedules as well.
With multiple separate living areas and the ability to control temperatures on separate thermostats and/or the ability to have the main house and the hangar/apartment billed individually by the power and phone companies, this home is primed for multi-generational living or income producing capabilities.
Unlike other lots in Frontier Air Park, there is little frontage on the road and on other areas that would otherwise be required to be maintained by the CC&R's. The lot offers more privacy than many of the other hangar homes nearby. It also has its own individual mailbox rather than the community mailbox, and it is served by its own private well with a steady flow rate.
This one of a kind property provides opportunity and options unlike any other. It can be used as equestrian, with horses and other farm animals alike, as multi-generational, with family all having their own private space, as flying focused, with a pilot who has their own personal plane, or as income producing, with the ability to rent out one or both apartments. With this home, the possibilities really are endless!