Included in the acquisition of the land that became Cahoon Ledges was this half-acre parcel of land overlooking Cahoon Creek deemed “non-developable.”
Working within the existing footprint of the architectural drawings for the homes designed for Cahoon Ledges, The Krueger Group was determined to craft a custom residence that took advantage of the beauty of the environment. The result is a one-of-a-kind residence that capitalized on the unique characteristics of the terrain while working within the confines of the environment.
An unassuming 2-story colonial style home along Cahoon Rd. gives way to 3-stories at the back elevation that overlooks the creek and a beautifully landscaped hillside.
- Large kitchen with custom cherry wood cabinets and granite countertops anchored by an oversized island.
- Stainless steel appliances.
- Breakfast nook overlooking the backyard and creek.
- Two story living room.
- Primary suite with vaulted ceiling.
- Oak tread staircase with ornamental wrought iron spindles and balusters and large pineapple finials.
- Loft overlooking living room.
- A full walk out basement with a home theater and workout room built under the 3-car garage that was constructed out of Spancrete Hollowcore concrete planks.
- Solid oak arched front door.
- Walk out deck with glass railings at first and second floors.
- Covered walk out patio at basement with wrought iron railings.
- Sandstone walkway and steps that wind down to a fire pit with permanent granite radius curb seating.
- Tiered sandstone retaining wall.
- Equipment shed constructed into hillside.
- Manmade waterfall.
- The owner’s collection of birdhouses installed around the property.
- The owner’s collection of sculptures, including pieces from Norbert Koehn, installed around the property.