Gleeson – The Gleeson post office opened in 1890 under the name Turquoise and closed in 1894. The site of Turquoise was established by Indians who mined the gemstones in the area later to be called Turquoise Mountain. Tiffany & Company acquired the mines in 1890. This home should be delivered in a little blue Tiffany box.
This Gleeson home on lot 256 is “build ready” and situated on a lower secluded lot. Surrounded by mesquite trees, down and away from the cul-de-sac and set back from J6 Ranch Road. Lot 256 combined with the Gleeson home offers solitude and great views of the Rincon’s to the north and the Whetstones to the south. Upgrade and include an RV Garage if you have a requirement.
The master suite has a walk-in closet and a spacious primary bath connected to the walk-in closet. Capped with a shower/tub and dual vanities. The master suite has a sitting area and access to a west facing patio. Upgrade and add a south facing patio door and add a master suite and dining patio. Additional highlights include spacious south facing secondary bedrooms and a conveniently located laundry.
The south facing kitchen with a view of the Whetstone mountains begs for a stunning gourmet kitchen with upgraded cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and cordial center island with breakfast bar. Visit the Red Hawk online design center to select from many design options.
The entire home is foam insulated and Tyvek wrapped to form a barrier to exterior heat and cold, thus an energy efficient living space. An included ERV system assures adequate fresh air introduction to this well insulated and airtight design.
The Gleeson on Lot 256 is expected to achieve a HERS rating of 62 A small solar array is necessary to achieve NetZero. Lighting includes Deako light switches throughout……the smart choice for smart home control.