To describe this home without superlatives is a tall order. It is not a stretch to say that it is a one-of-a-kind. Storms Court is a private community of 5 stately homes (7 lots) on a cul-de-sac, thoughtfully developed in the early 1990s. It is located on the shoulder of a knoll, offering remarkably flat land given it?s in the southwest hills. This home is on a double lot and was reimagined by architect Rob Thallon in 2003. Special care was taken to connect the house to the outside and to invite the residents and guests to enjoy the beauty that surrounds them. The deck is south-facing and looks out on an expansive yard. To ensure year-round enjoyment, a portion was covered with a gable roof. This makes a fabulous outdoor dining and recreating area and features an outdoor fireplace. The peace and privacy in a centrally located home is a rare combination. The house was designed to accommodate multigenerational living and includes a lovely accessory dwelling unit, replete with its own bedroom, bathroom and sitting room. The main home manages to be cozy and expansive at the same time thanks to thoughtful layout and the inclusion of features like the inglenook. Custom cabinetry and built-in furniture exude style and class. The owner?s suite opens out to a private patio with a built-in hot tub. The kitchen is laid out for those who love to cook and to host, with ample storage and counter space. The cooking island has a gas, downdraft cooktop. The Sub-Zero fridge is less than a year old. The roof was replaced within the last 3 years and the exterior paint was redone in the last 5. The home has been meticulously cared for and loved and awaits its third owner with open arms.