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WILDCAT CANYON - A CUSTOM ENERTIA® HOME in CALIFORNIA
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It's several months later, and the home is finished and happily occupied. Welcome to Wildcat Canyon
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The roofline of this custom home is characterized by the "Californias" which are the layered projections of the roof that add so much architectural interest to the home.
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This home has a truely grand entry, with leaded glass doors built and leaded by the homeowners. When the outer doors are open, you can see through the sunspace to the French doors in the South energy wall. When those doors are open, you can see into the Great Room which is the center of the home. Daylight from outside comes through the sunspace into the Great Room.
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Inside the Great Room, a beautiful staircase built with unused spare timbers shipped with the Enertia® kit, rises to the second floor loft/hallway.
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The kitchen is a beautiful sculpture of granite, specialty tiles and stainess steel.
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A major feature of the Great Room is the massive stone firelpace
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The Master Bedroom Suite has a vaulted ceiling.

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The master bath is designed with an interplay of mirrors that increases the visual interest in this luxurious and functional space.

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On the East end of the home, a guest room opens onto the sunspace.
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The Sunspace is the "engine" of the home, where solar heated air rises and begins to heat the solid timber energy walls™. A staircase to the lower level is place in the sunspace, which saves floor space in the Great Room area.
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Upstairs the timber and wrought iron railing borders the loft/hallway entrance to additional bedrooms.
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There are bedrooms for family and guests upstairs.

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The lower level is a large unfinished space at this time. Eventually that will change.

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There is a lot of comfortable outdoor living space around this home - perfect for watching for wildcats and other wildlife.
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The South side of the Wildcat Canyon home is simply beautiful.

The Wildcat Canyon Construction Album is available.