This exquisite French Chateau exudes warmth and casual elegance as soon as you enter through arched wrought iron doors. Artisan hand-chiseled walnut and pecan flooring was designed after the Louvre Museum in Paris. 6 Bedrooms, 5.5 baths within 7440+ sq. ft.
Gourmet kitchen with designer glazed cabinetry and honed granite counters. Appliances include Bosch refrigerator and freezer, 6 burner dual fuel Wolf range, 2 dishwashers and warming drawer. Wine room with bar holds up to 200 bottles and has rustic walnut cabinets, leathered limestone and copper sink.
Resort style family room with 28' beamed ceilings and immense stone fireplace. Elegant library with its own fireplace and alder cabinetry. Spectacular home theatre includes 9 recliners and enjoys a 120" screen with custom speakers. Antique plaster walls, hand carved walnut floors and classic millwork throughout. Master suite with cozy fireplace and spa-like bath offers many luxurious features including double shower, large tub and heated floors. Secondary bedroom wing offers oversized rooms and en suite baths, along with cozy bonus room and kitchenette which is a retreat in itself! Endless possibilities for an au pair or in-laws.
Enjoy views of the hills, the peacefulness and privacy of the setting. Backyard patio offers a rustic pavilion with wood burning pizza oven, fire pit and waterfall which make this home an entertainer's dream.
Conveniently located near 680/24 and the Iron Horse trail, shopping, dining and theatre. Superb San Ramon schools!
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In Alamo, a rural town in an unincorporated area of Contra Costa County, you can still see kids riding their horses along the sandy streets of the outer neighborhoods. Large custom homes on half-acre lots define this tranquil town off the beaten path in quintessential California oak countryside. In 2007 Alamo was named by Money Magazine as one of its top 100 places to live.
At the foot of Mt. Diablo, Alamo is the smallest town in Contra Costa County, and offers seclusion, serenity, and tranquility. Parks and trails here are extensive. The Iron Horse Trail, enjoyed by hikers, bicyclists, and equestrians, is a 33-mile multi-use pathway built on the Southern Pacific right of way. The trail runs through Alamo as it connects the towns of Concord and Dublin.
Downtown Alamo is anchored by the Alamo Feed & Grain store, sporting a fiberglass statue of a life sized Palomino on its roof at the corner of Danville Boulevard and Stone Valley Road. Locals hang out at the Yellowwood Coffee Shop, the Alamo Cafe, and Bagel Street Cafe, which usually have a line out the door.
Four elementary, two middle, and two high schools serve the students of Alamo. Both San Ramon and Monte Vista High School are high performing, and each score in the upper 800s on the California API.