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Comanche Trace

A Tuscan Dream Home

Posted by Reggie on October 1, 2013 at 3:16 AM

2069 Toscano Way

When I walked into this house and saw the antique shutters decorating the window in the welcoming entry, I thought I was dreaming. This house has a timeless feel – it is simply classic.

The guest wing has two bedrooms with two spectacular guest baths. The vanities are antiques that have artfully been updated with sinks and beautiful fixtures. It is obvious that great care was taken with all of the selections. My husband has finally succeeded in catching my attention. He is quite a craftsman himself and is quite taken with the quality of the workmanship. If he pokes me one more time, he is going to be in trouble.

The interior courtyard has a beautiful fireplace and lots of room to entertain and it’s so private. I think I can fit at least 3 tables and lots of chairs, great built-in grill too. We love to cook and eat outside. But, then I see the kitchen. I will have so much fun cooking in here. The granite is beautiful, the island is just the right size and there is plenty of room for helpers. I do like helpers! The cabinets are spacious and I am so happy to see the gas cooktop and so much work space. This kitchen is not only beautiful, it is well thought-out.

The great room is huge – a beautiful fireplace with art niches and lighting; the perfect spot for that Renoir. There is plenty of space for a large dining table for a nice family dinner. The tray ceiling is just another nice example of the variety of ceilings in this house. My personal favorites are the barrel ceilings, but that ceiling in the entryway is pretty special. You just have to come and take a look at how much they add to the ambience. There is a nice study just off of the great room. I can take care of business at the desk and still keep an eye on what is going on. I hope those football games don’t distract me too much – that Tony Romo sure is cute!!

The master suite is just divine. The bedroom is quite spacious with plenty of room for our king-size bed and a sitting area. The plantation shutters are perfect for this room. They will let in the morning sun – or keep it out when we want to sleep in; another pretty ceiling and great lighting. The en-suite bathroom is spectacular. There are two very beautiful vanities, a huge shower and a large closet. I may never leave.

Even the utility room in this house is beautiful – beautiful custom cabinets and a nice sink.

The large covered back porch is oriented just right for the prevailing southerly breezes and the views are nice, as well. The house is located on #7 of the Valley course with distant views of the surrounding hill country. What a pleasant place for a morning cup of coffee or an evening glass of wine. Honey, this may be the one!


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