As the population density increases along the Front Range so too does our individual desire for open space. We long for a place of insulated refuge, a place to call our own. It’s here that 1408 Cedar Street excels. Just beyond the confines of the beautifully manicured corner lawn lies Northmoor Park, a community gathering space that feels like a natural extension of the home’s landscape. Within the lot lines of the home, large expansive swaths of grass give way to tidy garden beds where pops of color bring joy. With no immediate neighbors to the south or west of the home, sight-lines open up across the park yielding a continuous feeling of space.
Inside the residence we find the curated collection of materials refreshing. We love how a simple, timeless palette of hard and soft goods weave their way throughout the residence introducing continuity to the space while allowing all three levels to maintain their own identity. The brilliance of a tri-level home is its ability to foster delineated harmony. The main level is intended for public gatherings, the lower level is a relaxed social space and the upper level is private. While all three levels have a specific intention, they’re each private in their own respect giving homeowners and their guests solitude when requested.
Whether you’re enjoying an early morning in the dining area with the sliding glass door open allowing fresh air and sun light to cascade into the home, spending a leisurely evening lounging on the shaded terrace or relishing a quiet night curled up in the lower living room, we have a sneaky suspicion that you’ll find comfort in calling this residence “home”.
|Size||1511 Square Feet|
|Rooms||4 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms|
|School District||Boulder Valley RE 2|