If snow-capped mountain views are your thing, then 281 Highpark Drive in Anaconda is the place to be.
This log-cabin, 4,466-square-foot, luxury home sits at an elevation that's over a mile high. From this elevated position, one can take in sweeping views of Mount Haggin and the surrounding mountains, along with the city of Anaconda and the Washoe smelter stack below.
At 281 Highpark Drive one finds a modern home with plenty of up-to-date fixtures, including granite countertops, hickory-wood floors on the main level, and two-toned wooden cabinetry with crown molding in the kitchen.
“It’s right on trend,” said Stacie Pesanti, listing agent, of Anaconda Realty, remarking on the two-toned cabinetry.
Boasting four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms, this $539,000 home has two stories and a walkout basement. Like many homes of this style, its most defining characteristic is its great room, a warm, buttery living area topped with a vaulted ceiling and bathed in natural light from a set of cathedral windows, which look out on Mount Haggin, of course. The main living area also includes a wood-burning fireplace that creates a rustic vibe with its stone motif and timber mantel.
The main level boasts 10-foot ceilings an open-concept floor plan. In addition to the living area, there one will find the dining room and the home’s sleek and modern kitchen, which sports granite countertops, a gas stove, a Zen, stone-like backsplash, two ovens, and an island with a popup outlet for convenient use of appliances.
“It’s a really cool feature,” Pesanti said, noting that the outlet gives homeowners extra space to work with electric appliances.
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The main level is also the home of the master bedroom and its attached bath with a luxury shower that includes a rain showerhead, Jacuzzi-like jets, sauna capabilities, and a handheld sprayer for getting between your toes.
Two bedrooms reside on the second story and have walk-in closets.
In the walkout basement, meanwhile, one can sip cocktails in style at the home’s wet bar, smartly finished with modern light fixtures and a copper and epoxy bartop.
The basement also features nine-foot ceilings and a media room. Wired for surround sound, the media room is where the home’s former occupants watched TV and movies on an oversized screen.
In all, 281 Highpark Drive is a warm yet modern home that boasts a plethora of creative and stylish details throughout. Sitting on 2.5 acres, prospective homeowners can be surrounded by mountain views, which can be enjoyed from the homes low maintenance Trex deck.
From this vantage point, one can also see Our Lady of the Rockies, along with Anaconda’s annual Fourth of July firework display.
The surrounding area offers a setting steeped in nature, where wolves, mountain lions, black bears, great horned owls, deer, and rabbits are regularly spotted.