The moment you walk through the 200-year-old entry doors you are aware that this is an exceptional home. Perhaps the most striking of the numerous architectural antiques incorporated into the design is the living room fireplace; almost seven feet tall with ‘1777’ - the year it was created by French stonemasons - inscribed in the face of the limestone mantle. There are seven other antique fireplaces in the home and four fireplaces are double-sided, providing a total of eleven seating areas where a fire may be enjoyed.
Collectively, the house and Casita comprise approximately 11,000 square feet of living space and contain 8 bedrooms and 9 ½ bathrooms, including maid’s quarters. The architectural antiques and attention to design detail make this one of the finest properties in this exceptional community.
Exterior features include a 65 foot infinity rim flow pool and four water features, three of which are antique fountains. The exterior style of the house could be characterized as understated Spanish colonial while the interior is transitional, combining both antique and contemporary elements.
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