Home of the Week: Skyline Serenade

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This award winning home features an incredible west side Covenant location in a secluded gated enclave amongst acres of protected land.  With over 8400 square feet of living space, this 6 bedroom, 5.5 bath Mediterranean style home features a warm oversized kitchen that opens to a grand family room, with both spaces flowing out to the pool and outdoor living area with its outdoor fireplace, bbq area, and bath house,  a gentleman’s paneled office, a media room, and an elevator.   Sited on 3.4 view acres, the property is adjacent to the magnificent riding trails of the Covenant.  Saddle up, swim up, bottoms up—enjoy the best Rancho has to offer.

Offered at $3,995,000

The Harwood Group

858-735-4481

doug@harwoodre.com • CA DRE#00528073

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