This custom two-story estate is situated on a .56-acre lot overlooking a natural arroyo in Queensridge South—a 24-hour guard gated community revered for its security and serenity. Beyond the horseshoe driveway and Tuscan columns that mark the entrance, discover a spacious interior with tray ceilings, imported Italian marble, and brand new carpet. Impress your guests in the formal living room, a bright space defined by high ceilings and a wall of windows. Granite counters and white cabinetry shine in the kitchen, where a two-tiered island and dinette provide a convenient eat-in experience. From here, you can interact with friends and family in the attached great room or step out to the rear yard to gaze at the mountains. Whether you are lounging in the shade of the patio, hosting a picnic, or practicing on the putting green, the generous rear yard is undeniably tranquil. When it’s time for some privacy, conquer your day in the study, an expansive den with mahogany built-ins. Relaxation beckons in the upstairs master suite, complete with marble floors and granite counters in the bathroom, an oversized shower, and a jetted tub. Pour yourself a drink at the bedroom wet bar, then capture mountain and arroyo panoramas from the view balcony. The attached den can be used as a nursery, sitting room, gym, or office. Two additional en suite bedrooms on the lower level complete this home. Additional highlights include whole home sound and an extended 4-car garage. Residents of Queensridge South enjoy access to the community clubhouse, which contains a rentable meeting space with a bar and full kitchen, as well as a fitness center with lockers and brand new equipment. Outdoor clubhouse amenities include tennis courts, two jacuzzis, a standard pool, and a lap pool. Queensridge is built around the Badlands Golf Course, which closed in late 2016. Executive Home Builders has proposed multiple development plans to build high-end estates on the defunct course. Development is pending litigation because the golf course was built in a natural arroyo that provides flood protection for the community. Furthermore, the golf course sits in a designated 100-year flood zone, which will be costly for EHB to circumvent.