Country Living in California
Country living is many things to many people. Country living can be living in the country or a decorating choice. It can be a lifestyle or an image. Country living can be self-sufficient living, gardening of all types and/or animals of all types. It can mean big families, multigenerational families, and unique family groups.
Country Home for Sale
Country living at its best. Tons of hiking, biking, horseback riding trails just walk out your driveway.
The country home is fully fenced with a private electric gate opener. Deer fenced orchard, places for horses, other animals great for 4H and a 4-car garage all make this a dream country home. Granite counters, wood stove, larges bedrooms, mud and laundry room, attic fan, cathedral ceiling and more enhance the living space.
Here is a video of the country home: Country Home Video
For more photos and information on this country home: Foothill Country Home
Country living for many people is living on a ranch. A Ranch brings a family and county living in harmony.
Horse ranches are one of the most popular type of ranches. There are many things to consider when buying a property for you and your horses. The elements of a good horse property vary based on the goals of the property owner. The basic elements of a horse ranch are barn, pasture, paddocks, training area, fencing, feed and hay storage areas and, of course, a place for people to live. All of these features can be highly specialized or very rudimental just depending on the needs and budget of the property owner.
One special example of country living is Gold Country Horse Ranch. This country home is located in the rolling foothills of California. It is framed with trees, pond, pastures and a big sky view. The Colfax ranch is a wonderful home to view horses out in the pastures and at the barn. There is a harmony of country home, horse amenities and land.
The open concept elite country home has an amazing kitchen and incredible family room. Country living typically is casual and cozy. Country home decorating is all about comfort. Country decor prompts a feeling of nostalgia for simpler days, making it an uncomplicated, relaxing design choice. Warm wood tones create that back to nature country home feel.
The Colfax ranch country home starts with warm oak wood flooring. The open beam and tongue and groove ceiling is a beautiful and rich enhancement. The Granite counter-top and island adds another touch of nature in the home.
The open concept living area is great for family togetherness. Windows surround the living area with light and a panoramic view of the property. The home creates a vista to see the horses running in the pastures and the local wildlife in their natural environment.
Country homes are as unique as the family that makes it a home. The loft with its balustrade and pitched wood ceiling creates a magical setting. The Colfax ranch makes a country home with style, panoramic views, warm wood tones, tradition craftsmanship and family focus design.
Country living is about spending time at home. The Colfax home has a large bonus room which increases the ways to spend that time. It can be an entertainment center, gym, recreation room, exercise area, meeting hall, school room, party room, dance studio, craft center, game & card room, and many more options.
This country home is part of the country experience. The front porch is a joy to look at but it makes for great outdoor living with its view of the barn and pastures. The back-patio area under the 130 year old grape vines is a unique area to enjoy some private time out side.
The country home in Colfax California has ample water and a big sky view. The gentle rolling foothill ranch has many areas to build. Gold Country Horse Ranch has all the space and privacy for country living. In many ways country living is about family and nature living together. Like this property illustrated, it can be done with style and taste.
For more photos and details about the Colfax country home ranch follow the link: Gold Country Horse Ranch
Fire Insurance Impact the Affordability of Country Living in the Foothills!
Fire insurance impacts the affordability of Sierra foothill living. The debt to income ratio or DTI is a key factor in the total loan a person qualifies to borrow. Part of the DTI is the mortgage payment which is comprised of the principal, interest, taxes, and insurance. Read more at: Sierra Foothill Living