House of the Week: Carmel Valley panoramic views

Panoramic canyon views are offered at this central lot location. The highly upgraded home is ready for a designer’s touch. There is a downstairs bedroom suite, French doors, volume ceilings, a master suite with a cozy fireplace and a custom his and hers walk-in closet, a Jacuzzi hot tub, a family room with built-in entertainment center, surround sound and a fireplace. The kitchen features slab granite counters, a built-in refrigerator and large center island. Find a sparkling pool and spa in the back yard, as well as a granite barbecue island with gas grill. Garage has epoxy floors and built-in cabinets.

Located:
10639 Amberglades, Carmel Valley

Price:
$1.475 million to $1.539 million

Contact:
Marianne Sharghi, 793-7507, www.mariannesharghi.com

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