fountain greets you as you enter this magical property. The Spanish Revival
home was designed by architect Cora M. Lewis in 1925. The extensive 2003
remodel and 3rd floor addition was executed by Berkeley-renowned
Jarvis Architects and inspired by the artistic owners’ travels.
enjoys original floor tiles. Stop to admire the custom wrought iron banister to
the upper levels.
spacious living room features vaulted exposed beam ceiling, a majestic stone
fireplace, a skylight, leaded glass window, and French doors to the patio for
al fresco dining.
elegant dining room beckons friends and family for gatherings and is adorned
with a lovely lighted leaded glass display cabinet.
kitchen enjoys a breakfast nook, views of the garden, granite counters, a large
central island, stainless steel appliances, a white Shaws fireclay farmhouse
sink, and even a second copper sink. There are ample cabinets, a pantry and
Japanese-accented powder room on the main level has a tansu vanity, granite
vessel sink and granite baseboard.
floor features a spacious bedroom adjoined by a sun room and a second bedroom
for guests or study. The hall bathroom, inspired by a trip to Pompeii, has
original custom tile, a marble pedestal sink and a lemon tree mosaic tile
level is dedicated to a private master sanctuary.
enjoys lovely vistas, a view of Mt. Tamalpais, and is the perfect spot for
master bathroom has a large shower with a skylight, radiant heated floors, and
the tub has a window onto the stairway with ingenious sliding pocket door. The
metal grates on the window and pocket door are antique from Tunisia.
gorgeous detail features architectural archways throughout. The many windows
bask the interior with sunlight, and the hardwood floors are gleaming.
enchanting mature garden with its ponds, waterfall and large boulders will
fulfill any gardener’s dreams.
the coveted Thousand Oaks area close to parks, public transportation, Solano
Avenue shops and restaurants. This property enjoys convenience, unique charm
and a wonderful floor plan.