From studs to stunning, this new construction is filled with fresh and sophisticated finishes and an open floor plan that seamlessly connects to a spectacular outdoor space. Orinda’s exclusive Country Club neighborhood is the tranquil sanctuary for this custom home that sits on more than a half acre. It feels like a million miles away yet is only around the bend from the five corners and only moments away from Orinda Village, BART, and Highway 24 into San Francisco, and is walking distance to Lake Cascade and the country club.
This new construction home sits on a tranquil half acre in Orinda’s exclusive Country Club neighborhood and is walking distance to Lake Cascade and the country club.
Designed by Tecta Associates, a renowned San Francisco architecture firm, the two-level home is located at 54 La Campana and features about 3,420 square feet of living space with an ideal southern exposure. Every room is infused with natural light and views from Andersen dual-pane windows. Five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms include the master and guest room on the main level and three bedrooms with expansive bonus room on the lower level. A pool house has a full bathroom and changing area.
A grand staircase leads to a resort-size pool deck that wraps around the pool.
The home is designed to take advantage of California indoor/outdoor living with most rooms flowing to outdoor spaces with terraced gardens and trees, including towering redwoods. There are multiple tumbled travertine terraces that span the width of the home, and outdoor dining and lounging venues. A grand staircase leads to a resort-size pool deck that wraps around what is thought to be the largest pool in Orinda.
This very private property also has a deep setback with expansive front terraced gardens and front courtyard, long driveway and detached two-car garage.
The expansive living room features a cast-stone fireplace mantel and new gas-fueled fireplace.
Enter through the solid mahogany Decora front door and into the welcoming foyer. Porcelanosa hardwood floors and smooth plaster walls flow throughout the home. The expansive living room features a vaulted tongue and groove ceiling, skylights and wall of window with two sets of French doors that open onto the upper terrace. This room also has a cast-stone fireplace mantel and new gas-fueled fireplace.
The adjacent dining area has a front facing bay window, high ceilings and is open to the family room that also has a vaulted ceiling, …
Source:: The Mercury News – Lifestyle