2 Beds 2 Baths 2,391 Sq.Ft.
This re-envisioned 2,391 square foot home, located in the highly sought after Skyline Country Club community and anchored by 24 hour guard gated security, is designed to be utilized as a secondary home, or full time residence.
The entry is carefully choreographed through a beautiful courtyard, flanked by native plants and trees, creating an inviting user experience. Opening onto an interior layout allows for design, space, and function to merge, informing one of the overall architecture and interior decor vision. From the entrance hall, the house opens through to a set of panoramic windows, arranged around a central courtyard-terrace overlooking the greens of the adjacent Country Club, while amplifying the connection between the indoor and outdoor spaces. Southern exposure, with large covered overhangs provide protection from the natural elements, taking full advantage of the ideal passive solar orientation.
The interior palette and mood is complemented through the use of smooth gray concrete floors, juxtaposed against timbered ceilings and warm wood tones that preserve the serene atmosphere of the house and its surroundings. The primary functions of the house face South, with the kitchen, dining, and living rooms occupying the center of the plan, while the owner's suite is privately sequestered on the SouthEast end of the residence and a secondary guest ensuite discreetly located at the opposite end of the corridor.
Materials are selected to extend the intention of the original detailing, with quartzite stone tile set against chrome-plated hardware, and walnut-toned woods dressed in dark granite with silver veining, all coming together to enrich the timelessness of the design. Some of the recent updates include: HVAC, roof and skylights, Arcadia doors and windows, all new Electrolux appliances, plumbing and lighting fixtures, cabinetry and countertops, concrete floor overlay, cobblestone driveway, updated landscaping, and new exterior gates.
About Skyline Country Club:
Developed in 1959 by John Bender and Leonard Savage, who dreamed of a luxury Golf Course community, making it permanently accessible to privileged residents, members and guests. Skyline Country Club and Resort, as they originally called it, would become one of the first large-scale developments in the prestigious Catalina Foothills.
The rugged backdrop of the Santa Catalinas and hawk-eye views of the Tucson valley, provides the perfect setting for this 18 hole, par 71 golf course that winds its way through the Sonoran Desert Foothills, providing a unique golf experience amidst nature's beauty.