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As one walks around The Ranch, one recurring thought comes to mind: this is a place of spectacular views. The Sierra Mountains. Evergreen trees. Rolling hills. A convent of architecture - and particularly craftsman architecture - is that it embellishes what nature has provided. The home should evolve organically from that which is native to the land. Native rocks morph into brick. Local timbers are exposed. And the wonderful views, abundant at The Ranch, are celebrated. This was the beginning for Plan 2324. With the expansive great room - kitchen, dining and living room - on the second floor this plan provides magnificent views from the places that you live. The outdoor terrace provides a special fresh air enclave to further enjoy and be in nature. The master suite, with its dramatic spaciousness is, as the name implies, a true retreat. This lavish second-floor bedroom features a sumptuous path, two walk-in closets, and a master retreat, as well as an outdoor deck that invites nature's tranquility. Every room in this house was design for living - including the lower level with its generous family room, perfect for movie nights, two bedrooms, accompanying bath and a large storage room. All of this designed around - and split between - the magnificent soaring entry that welcomes you and your guests into the architectural house of views.
""Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful."
~ William Morris