New Home Featured in the 2020 Cedar City Festival of Homes

People's Choice Award for Best Home, Best Interior Design, and Best Garage Exhibit!
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People's Choice Award for Best Home, Festival of Homes 2020
People's Choice Award for Best Interior Design, Festival of Homes 2020
People's Choice Award for Best Garage, Festival of Homes 2020
Step into luxury.

This modern beauty is set on top of the world and invites you outside to gaze out over the amazing red rock views. Life is elevated here with three oversized multi-glide doors to seamlessly blend indoor-outdoor living. This home is bathed in light and elegance and beckons you to sit and stay. But the views are not all that make this home amazing. Board formed concrete walls lead you through the entry and into the house as white oak open stairs take you to the main level in a innovative reverse living layout. The architectural details are are both subtle and stunning. The kitchen features Sapele Mahogany cabinets with chef-level Thermador appliances.

This house was built for entertaining!

Cook with confidence for friends and family in this show stopping kitchen. With two islands, there is always room to gather around the kitchen- one island for prepping, and the other is a beautifully crafted open-span waterfall. Out on the patio, you and guests can sit and look over the red rocks of the valley while you grill from the built-in BBQ, or soak in the hot tub. If you need to get some work done, the office is off the main living area and can be closed behind custom metal synchronized doors- pull one open or closed, and the other follows. Lights are programmed, window blinds open and shut automatically, the house is fully wired for sound, and security cameras monitor all areas for saftey. Then, at the end of the day, after enjoying your private movie screening in a deluxe theater, a single button puts the house to sleep. Of course, with it being a Choice Builders’ home, it’s built to the highest standards including top tier energy efficiency.  This home is artfully designed with aging-in-place principles – including a dumbwaiter and stacking closets engineered to easily place a future elevator.

Learn more about building a new home:

new home exterior with stucco finish and large back patio and french doors
wood framing of roof for new house under construction
new construction using stained wood framing of outdoor pavilion showing joists
close up of artistic glass lighting hanging from ceiling in master bathroom
covered patio opening to stone landscaping and wall of windows to the interior
master bathroom with two stone bowl shaped sinks on granite countertops