Spanning an impressive 7,263 sq ft, Harvest Ridge boasts five bedrooms and seven bathrooms. A unique property, the home was consciously built into the landscape and emerges spectacularly due to its stepped structure and living roof. Designed by local Jackson architects Ward + Blake, the property has been constructed with environmental sensitivity in mind.
Believing that architecture should be a natural partner with the environment, they have used mixed materials and an abundance of windows in construction. By using systems such as ground source heat pumps to conserve energy and natural resources, the home is able to simultaneously reduce its carbon footprint and cost.
Set among five acres, the mixed wood and concrete exterior complements the striking clean lines and contemporary interiors, coming fully furnished. Upon entering this Jackson property, you find a large living room and kitchen that are connected by a double-sided fireplace. The main living rooms offer 360-degree vistas, with thoughtfully positioned windows that frame the views.
The kitchen is finished with warm maple cabinets, Viking appliances, and an island ideal for entertaining. Below, the master bedroom offers expansive views of the mountains, a cozy sitting area complete with a fireplace, a patio, and an en-suite bathroom with a large bathtub and shower. There are a further four guest bedrooms and bathrooms on this floor, making it the perfect home for hosting friends and family. On the lower level, a sauna, exercise room, office, and laundry room complete the property.
Offering a unique sustainable alternative to second home ownership, future owners of Harvest Ridge are able to purchase as little as 1/8th of a share. By co-owning a luxury second home, you can enjoy all the perks with the added reassurance that it won’t be one of the millions of US homes that sit unoccupied for most of the year.
Harvest Ridge is on the market from $1.375m for 1/8th share or $9.5m for full owners, pacaso.com.