A not-so-long and winding road leads to your door. Not far from everything and yet a world apart.
The house is bigger than it looks.
Just under 2 thousand square feet -- with a design that ebbs and flows for easy living. That's not counting a 2 car garage with a huge laundry / mud room. A central hall lined with cupboards for everything and more.
Branch out -- if you need more house.
A 360 view awaits you -- up by the barn. On the flat hilltop of this 15 + / - acre view property. Build something as big as a barn. Your dream house?
A view from the top. Of Sonoma Mountain.
Be far sighted. This property -- safe and sound -- own a world of your own.
The nature of things.
Getting back to nature. Getting back outside. Watching a blossom grow into an orange. Running down a hill. Trugeing up to the barn. On a bike. With a tike. Tag -- less hash tag..
This house is like living inside a giant ViewMaster. Click. Click. Click.
The foyer gives pause.
As one enters this open and uplifting home. Halls and walls segment the home brilliantly. The bedrooms are sequestered to the far north end. Once a working farm house--now a stunning redesign and update.
It's the light that flirts with all who enter.
It winks at the top of the line appliances. Dances thru out the house. Lean on the cool slabs of marble -- think on it. Eat out or in? The Marin's coastal villages -- Napa -- Sonoma -- and even San Francisco. Right at your finger tips.
Look out below.
Who remembers the game -- I SPY SOMETHING? This house is a conversation starter. A picture window to the seasons and the weather and farm life.
Wide plank floors show their heritage. Yet they seem ageless.
Life is not erased. Life is embraced. The huge dinning area is the hub of the house. With a length that begs for a skateboard. Or perhaps a really long farm table?
This house feels so new.
And is like new. Plumbing + electrical + such are all permitted when the farmhouse was stripped down and beautifully renewed. For now and the future without loosing any of the common sense of a farm house of yesteryear. The nine foot ceilings reach a higher note in the living room. Did you see?
The living room opens on to the flat back lawn.
For croquet or sky gazing. Or stay put by the fire or cuddle up for a movie on the big screen alcove. Clever. The perpetual sunsets are extraordinary.
Feel. At home. At last.
The master bedroom is dreamy.
A very generous and accessible double closet -- with the en suite bath. Perfect.
The master bath is heaven.
Floor to ceiling marble tile almost blushes -- in this walk-in double-rainhead shower. Of glass. Roomy and with double sinks and mirrors. Wow.
Second bedroom is a bunker -- or is it a corner office?
It is nice when a room is a generous size. Off in a quiet corner of the house. The internet services here are excellent.
Third bedroom. Room to spare.
Bunking together is like a perpetual sleepover. So much fun and someone to study with. Go girls !
A second bath is near the front kitchen entrance.
Originally the bath placement was for the hard working farmer. Now it is a delightful idea for the way we live now.
Be here -- making history. With family. With friends.
In spring the wisteria blooms. And grows to shade even more and more and more.The sun sinks as you sink into the shift of day to night. Can you imagine?
Good night and sleep tight.
Living here with its daily sense of renewal will be wonderful. And all yours.