Elkhorn mansion has everything
Beautiful views, timeless architecture, and nearly 9,000 square feet of finished space elevate this Elkhorn home from estate to modern castle.
The one-and-a-half story Tuscan estate-style home is perched on a hill in the wooded community of The Sanctuary, a Lanoha development near 229th Street and West Center Road. Its hilltop location offers scenic views of the tranquil preserve. The home, built in 2008, seamlessly integrates technology with an air of Old World distinction and style.
The home features a majestic, framed stone entry and adjacent bistro courtyard. An arched door beckons visitors through the entry that includes a rotunda ceiling and a see-through stone fireplace.
Inside, the home offers walls of windows to absorb the skyline views and wildlife. A two-story great room incorporates warm, knotty pine and a stone fireplace — one of six throughout the home. The home boasts a three-story open spiral stairway with a temperature-controlled wine cellar built into the base. The kitchen is appointed with high-end appliances and a coffee maker built into the custom cabinetry.
The master suite features a spa retreat with a walk-in shower, rotunda ceiling and multiple-head shower system. Homeowners can digitally set the water temperature, music, and spray type.
Throughout the home, walnut flooring, custom knotty alder cabinetry, and stone lend a natural, organic feel. The home includes five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, exercise room, office, and five-car heated garage.
Situated on two lots, the home offers multiple outdoor living spaces. A private veranda off the master bedroom brings the outdoors in. Separate, covered decks possess travertine flooring. The pool area is surrounded by wrought-iron fencing, waterfalls, patios and a fire pit.
Falcone Homes built the Tuscan estate-style home as the 2008 KETV Showcase Home. Upon completion, the home was opened for tours and raised $25,000 in tour proceeds to benefit Angels Among Us, an organization the helps families with children battling cancer. After the purchase of the adjacent lot, builders Curt Hofer & Associates created an expansive addition.
The $2.8 million dollar home is listed by Deb Cizek of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices. For more information about the home, visit