25 Sep Trappers Ridge New Model Home
Encompassed by gorgeous mountain vistas, the Trappers Ridge community in Eden, Utah offers adventurous mountain living and high quality semi-custom homes in the heart of the outdoors. Catering to those young at heart, Trappers Ridge marries the seasons through location and well planned community amenities – meaning there will never be a shortage of things to do. When you have the perfect location and a master community plan, all you need is the perfect 2×6 constructed home.
Currently under construction, the new model home at Trappers Ridge is built from the Explorer floor plan, with plenty of space to accommodate families, yet not large enough to overwhelm. Each of the 2,500 square feet are carefully planned and designed with rustic modern lines and a bright open feel. This roomy model conveniently provides all the living space on the main floor, including all three bedrooms en suite.
A short climb up the stairs will reveal a large bunk room, allowing for extra beds and a fourth bathroom, along with a large storage area. No detail is overlooked in the masterful craftsmanship of this home and the high quality finishes will be overwhelmingly evident. As with all homes in Trappers Ridge, the structure will feature a keen attention to sleek lines and open, well-lit living spaces. These homes take advantage of every square inch.
The biggest asset to this amazing home is it’s proximity to the great outdoors. With protected views of Pineview Reservoir and the beautiful Ogden Valley, this home will not disappoint. Large mountainous open space greets you out the back patio and there’s plenty of privacy on the left. And don’t forget the panoramic views of snow capped mountains in the winter, and gorgeous vistas of mountain lakes in the summer.
Trappers Ridge truly is a wonderful community in the heart of the outdoors, yet close enough to civilization to enjoy amazing adventures by day, and a plentiful night life. With Snowbasin Resort on the one hand, Powder Mountain Resort on the other, and Nordic Valley in the middle, there’s no shortage of skiing possibilities. The Wasatch mountains provide hundreds of miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, trail running or riding horseback.