A four-plus-bedroom home on nearly 3 acres is the last remaining selection at The Estates at Sugarloaf Mountain.
RAVENSDALE — Cara Currey, co-owner of SBG Homes, says it’s difficult to choose her favorite season at The Estates at Sugarloaf Mountain.
“Our remaining home and its surroundings are just stunning year-round — whether you’re enjoying a barbecue in the spring or summer in the shade of our backyard living room, staving off the chill of a fall evening in front of our outdoor fireplace, or curled up in front of the floor-to-ceiling great room fireplace on a winter day with a good book and an even better glass of wine,” she says.
Located on nearly 3 acres, the four-plus-bedroom home design, says Currey, is one of SBG’s most coveted. It features exterior details that reflect the beauty of its landscape with repurposed barn wood, sleek steel and natural stone accents.
Inside, natural elements are again highlighted: Beams of reclaimed wood grace the ceilings, and wide, 10-foot-long engineered European hardwoods extend throughout the living spaces.
“The beauty of the Northwest is on full display here,” says Currey. “To further allow for a seamless transition from indoors to out, we added a gorgeous Win-Dor folding 90-degree door system that you can open up to the covered backyard living room on a seasonally warm autumn afternoon.”
The chef’s kitchen boasts an island accented in wood and underscored by the metal and natural elements found throughout the room. Stainless Thermador appliances — including a wine refrigerator — are complemented by quartz countertops and industrial-inspired lighting. A rustic brick subway-tile backsplash stretches from counter to ceiling.
Additional highlights of the home include a main-level guest suite, private study, theater with wet bar, and a casual playroom.
Featuring picturesque views of the Cascade foothills on the horizon, the 640-acre gated community is located in the Tahoma School District. Both I-90 and Highway 18 are nearby, allowing for easy access to everyday conveniences, popular destinations and outdoor activities.
“If you love the home but are looking for a little more space, we have a similar design at Hobart Farm, located nearby,” says Currey. “It’s set on 7 pastoral acres, so it’s perfect for a homeowner with horses or other pets — or just someone who likes a bit more privacy and room to roam.”