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Rarely do you find a home so uniquely designed with no expense spared throughout the interior and amazing grounds. From the spacious one-of-a kind outdoor pavilion to the stunning hickory hardwood floors and custom built-ins, this residence exudes quality and excellence! The stunning features begin with a grand entry staircase and continue to a great room with fireplace and built-in bar. The kitchen is a chefs dream with large center island, pantry, gas range, double ovens and built in refrigerator. You’ll love the luxurious owners retreat with fireplace and built-in coffee station. Spacious secondary bedrooms. Imagine relaxing in a 900 sq ft outdoor pavilion including a Viking grill, dishwasher, microwave and refrigerators and powered screens. Continue the outdoor fun relaxing on the outdoor porch or at the pool, spa or firepit. Must see this home to appreciate the well thought out details: owned electric solar, triple paned windows, 2 laundry rooms, Koi Pond. End of a court location!
Diablo is a small enclave of more than 1,000 people adjoining the Diablo County Club golf course. Less than three miles from the city of Danville, the area was once a swanky summer resort that attracted San Francisco's finest. William Randolph Hearst compared the area to Yosemite National Park, and Hearst's newspapers touted the club nationwide. Diablo’s luxurious homes flank Mount Diablo, with a backdrop of miles of open space. Houses include gated custom estates with a separate guest quarters and private chateaus with golf course views. Nearby Mount Diablo State Park offers miles of hiking trails, bicycling, and campsites. On a clear day, you can drive to the top with a picnic lunch and enjoy views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains to the east and the Golden Gate Bridge and the Farallon Islands to the west. Neighboring Danville offers a historic downtown, with a lively shopping district, restaurants, and art galleries. Local arts and culture opportunities abound at the Village Theatre, The Museum of the San Ramon Valley, and the Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site.