It turns out that this family planned to combine three generations under the same roof, which is why they needed to upgrade their home. When all is said and done, living in the home will be three adults and three children, comprised of a mother, her son and his two children, and her daughter with her baby girl. They wanted a house that would not only have enough bedrooms to accommodate all three generations but also enough separation in living areas to allow for some privacy within each family unit.
What would you do if you had that much to spend on a house? Move to San Francisco where you can get yourself a charming 900sqft apartment? Move to SoCal where you would have to be in the suburbs to even find a townhouse for that price?
I know what I would do…find a McMansion right here in Fresno County and live the high life in a budget-friendly paradise.
It’s an understatement to say this is a gem in Easton. I can’t wait to find buyers for this house! If you or anyone you know has the dream of experiencing rural living in a luxury setting, please contact me!
The flooring in this house is really spectacular. I love the combination of wood and tile in the great room. The granite kitchen countertops nicely coordinate with the floor as well. From a design perspective, this house has a lot to offer.
Features that I love include a sitting/living room with a fireplace right when you enter from the front door. It’s nice to enter the house into such a cozy space before walking through the hustle and bustle of a kitchen. The backyard has decorator touches such as wrought iron railings and lantern-style hanging light fixtures from the covered patio. There is plenty of space in the backyard for kids to roam or a garden to grow. This house is a hidden gem. I hope it gets some love from a forever family soon.
Silence is golden. The endless chatter of our busy lives can be incredibly overwhelming at times. I dare anyone to dispute that. Kids, jobs, housework, personal care, exercise, hobbies…the list of responsibilities creating noise and havoc goes on and on. Sure, there are some enlightened ones out there who have discovered the key to balance and peace, but most of us are not those ones. Most of us stumble through our noise lives grabbing bits of relaxation whenever the opportunity arises; searching for silence.
Today’s tour is another home in Quail Lake. I’m trying to provide a lot of diversity in the types of homes I write about, but some days it’s just crazy hard to get to one that’s any further than a half a mile from my own home, which means Quail is my default on those time crunch days. The beauty of today’s house is that, although is is in Quail Lake, it is in a section of the community that many people don’t even know exists!
Anyone who has lived in Fresno for a stretch of time has probably been to Christmas Tree Lane. Am I right? It’s grown since I was a kid, but so much has remained the same and even gotten better! I now love taking my own kids on a drive down Van Ness when it’s all gussied up for the holidays. The thing about old Van Ness is that it’s a beautiful street all year long.
One of my favorite aspects of this blog is that I have discovered parts of Fresno and Clovis that I never knew existed. I’ve lived here four decades, so I truly didn’t think there were any stones left unturned, but I’ve been proven wrong time and time again.
But, hidden among the bigness that spans our nation as far as the eye can see, there is a growing movement toward tiny. Tiny houses to be exact. They are multiplying like rabbits all across the nation. What could be the motivation behind this movement that seems to be so counter-intuitive in the land of Super Size Me?