It was like living in a treehouse. All around them, seasons changed and nature thrived. And their 4,685 square foot home offered a front row seat to it all. Every day was something new. Deer, with newly born fawns, came right up to their picture windows. Foxes played in their driveway, and owls hooted from tree limbs right outside the master bedroom. The trees provided a show as well. In the fall, pink, orange, red, and yellow leaves exhibited a master canvas of color, and in the wintertime, those same trees produced a Narnia-like wonderland under a blanket of snow. They loved being a part of nature, and they loved sharing the experience with their guests. Over glasses of wine theyd move conversation from the office to the dining room, to the kitchen to the living room. Theyd find the very best views and set out a cheese board and some crackers and let the evening carry them away. With 1.5 acres of heavily wooded property surrounding them, there was always something to see, something to talk about, and an experience to be had. Home Details: 4,685 square feet; 1.5 heavily wooded, private acres; four bedrooms; two full and two half bath; incredible views; newer flooring and paint; remodeled kitchen has granite countertops and stainless steel appliances; master on main level with large ensuite bathroom and walk-in shower; walkout basement with screened-in porch; wet bar; exercise room; rec room; three-car garage; private, gated entrance; high-end pool table is included and furniture is negotiable; protected Izaac Walton Woods nearby; Northwest Allen County Schools.