Happy to announce that I’ve just listed a premier property in the Christopher Collection within Queensridge Estates South. 712 Charbonne Place is a 4 bed/5 bath, beautifully-finished traditional home situated on an interior corner lot.
Although the home is 20 years old, recent renovations and upgrades, as well as diligent care, have kept this property to current standards. The entryway is secluded by a meticulously manicured, gated courtyard, and the sizable lot is bordered by mature overflowing foliage. Both give this homesite maximum privacy.
Queensridge Estates, despite the current Badlands golf course debate, is known as one of the first prestigious communities in the Summerlin area. Its guard gated entrance is stunning, the streets are green with pristine landscaping, and the resident amenities resemble that of a classy country club. The entrance is located off of Charleston and Hualapai, so you are literally minutes from everything that Summerlin has to offer.
As a part of the Christopher Collection, 712 Charbonne Place is a top quality home in a luxury custom home neighborhood, for less than a custom home price.
The value is in the location and the peace of mind that comes with residing in this community. Followed by the attention to detail in the finishes and the high-end necessities.
Quality features include distressed hardwood floors, inset leather and wood framed ceilings, designer wall coverings, and antique-inspired light fixtures. The living spaces feel open yet intimate.
There is a den or home office with its own fireplace on the main level, it looks to me like the perfect man cave. The kitchen is due for a few cosmetic upgrades, but the bones are highly accommodating for customization. The master includes an extended lounging area with a pass-through fireplace to the deep soaking tub located on the adjacent side in the master bathroom.
There is a warm, sophisticated feel throughout, plus lovely green outdoor spaces. Overall, my guess is that this charming home won’t last long in this demanding seller’s market.