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Tuscan Treasure

Secluded behind a long picturesque gated drive, this Tuscan treasure has soaring ceilings, elegant European accents, French doors to multiple private patios and gardens, bright open spaces, and impressive detailing throughout.  Be the Contessa of the Cucina in the gourmet kitchen with commercial grade appliances, granite countertops, and custom detailed cabinetry along with a butler’s pantry and oversized walk-in pantry. The fabulous family room boasts an impressive wet bar, surround sound with Crestron remote for the large flat screen TV and a custom built fireplace.  This 6 bedroom, 6.5 bath home with a full guest house, is located on the horse trail and has a 3 stall barn.

Offered at $7,495,000

Orva Harwood


CA DRE Lic #00761267

Mary Djavaherian




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