Moondance is located on 8 acres facing the Hetch Hetchy area of Yosemite. It is a custom built home that incorporates many sustainable design components including hardy plank exterior, concrete radiant floor heating, solar panels that produce an annual net return from PG&E, an 11,000 gallon rainwater catchment system, and more. There are 2 wells and 2 septic systems on the property. There is also an area to park a camper or RV with hookups for electricity, water, & one of the septic systems. There is a fenced in garden area as well. Additionally there is an attached one bedroom Guest Quarters with full kitchen and bath but it accessible from the main living area through a locked door or its very own entrance. It also has its own parking area. There is also a detached carport that can accommodate two vehicles. Every side of the house has access to its own outside seating area. It also has a number of interesting architectural features. Like the sink stand in the half bath is made from the stump of a tree. The stair rail leading downstairs is constructed from an oak tree trunk and branch harvested from the property. The stairs to the lower level are finished in slate and quartz with the quartz representing a stream flowing down the steps. Kitchen and study counters are poured in place concrete with finished edges that mimic rough cut rock. The walls in the main living area are finished with American Clay – basically a plaster troweled onto the walls. It helps regulate humid air inside by absorbing and releasing moisture naturally. Warm to the touch in winter and cool to the touch in summer, it brings healthier comfort to interior spaces. Granite backsplashes in the kitchen were cut to resemble a mountain range – check out the section that looks a bit like Half Dome! The custom book shelf in the study uses shapes from the Tetris game. This property is truly one of a kind and you must see it to appreciate the natural beauty of the land and the thought given to the details inside.