Hunter House: guest central
StreetSide’s stacked bungalows feature stylish outdoor spaces
Pull up a seat at the table for a grilled steak or stretch out with a novel in a patio chair — with two spacious terraces, there’s room for both.
Hunter House is a project by award-winning builder StreetSide Developments with townhomes and stacked bungalows featuring a durable HardiePlank exterior.
The complex is in the southwest community of Silverado.
Its C2 model has two marquee spots for outdoor living. For some people, space for two chairs and a small table works just fine.
But for having guests over, it’s nice to have some elbow room.
With two terraces, one being a tape measure-stretching 238 square feet — that’s no concern. The larger of the two terraces is accessed through glass doors off the dining area. A 170-square-foot terrace is off the back corner of the home.
“The upper stacked bungalows were specifically designed for the discerning buyer who loves to entertain year-round but will be drawn to the prospect of summer entertaining on two large decks,” says Kim Orr of StreetSide.
“The larger deck is perfect for relaxing with friends while the smaller deck off the kitchen is perfect for barbecuing. Both are covered and offer views of the surrounding countryside.”
In total, this unit is 1,670-square-feet with two bedrooms, an office, two bathrooms and an attached two-car garage. The garage is on the ground level next to a storage space. From there, a small set of stairs reach the main level.
Having all the necessities on one level is a convenient plan for a number of buyers, including retirees looking to downsize. At the top of the stairs, there’s a mechanical room and storage area on one side and a home office on the other. If a home office doesn’t make sense, it works as a hobby or sewing room, too. From there, a hallway leads to an open-concept kitchen, great room and dining area. On one side of the hallway, there’s a linen closet and access to one of the home’s two bedrooms. There’s a full bathroom and laundry room on the other side. The secondary bedroom is a great place for out-of-town guests. It includes a square-shaped walk-in closet.
The kitchen is a U-shape design and has an extended eating bar with seating for four people. There are quartz counters, full-height cabinets with soft-close drawers and a glass backsplash.
The kitchen also boasts stainlesssteel appliances with a gas range and chimney-style hood fan. Adjacent to the kitchen, the great room has an optional fireplace flanked by built-in shelving.
On the back end of the home, the master bedroom links to the ensuite by an expansive walk-through closet. The home features soaring 10-foot ceilings throughout and is offered in one of three designer palettes.
With two terraces — the larger measuring 238 square feet — Hunter House has lots of room for entertaining.
The great room in Unit C2 at Hunter House. Adjacent to the kitchen, it features an optional fireplace flanked by built-in shelving.
Unit C2 at Hunter House has quartz counters and full-height cabinets.
The dining area in Unit C2 features a lot of natural light.