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Striking and modern, this property makes a statement!
As you enter a private driveway, you can’t help but admire the home’s clean design and flawless craftsmanship.
Fully remodeled and measuring approximately 3100 sf, this residence fits the modern-day client needs perfectly by offering a versatile floor plan, four bedrooms on the main level, an office, and a spacious one-bedroom au pair unit with a full bathroom, living room, kitchenette, and two separate entries on the lower level.
The size and height of the crawl space offers an opportunity for further expansion.
A vast unfinished space underneath the deck is adaptable and can accommodate a wine cellar, workshop, or a gym.
Enormous newly rebuilt wrap around deck opens up to the views of Lafayette Hills and a spacious private yard with a
The 0.51 acre lot is perfect for any ambitious landscape plan and large enough to accommodate a boat, RV, and/or a park of cars.
With only minutes away from Lafayette downtown, award winning schools, Hwy 24 access, parks & trails,
this is a property you would not want to miss!
Low on density and high on greenery, Lafayette offers rolling hillsides, excellent schools, and an easy commute to Oakland and San Francisco thanks to the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station in the town center.
The Happy Valley area features meandering country roads and showplace estate homes perched on large hillside parcels that offer panoramic views of the valley. Mediterranean, English, and French Country architecture populate the landscaped neighborhoods.
Lafayette’s central business district offers quality shopping and dining for locals and visitors alike. Restaurants such as Artisan Bistro, Chevalier, and Metro Lafayette are thriving. For those seeking old-fashioned comfort food, Millie’s Kitchen is a popular breakfast and brunch restaurant with large portions and modest prices.
Lafayette Reservoir is open year-round for boating, fishing, picnicking, and hiking. After a long day on the water, locals head to The Roundup Saloon, a throwback to the days of rowdy roadhouses.