European-Inspired Home in California

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Jane Mullock
Jane Mullock
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A Palo Alto residence built in 2003 brings the European countryside influences in architecture and design to California. Offering a view over San Francisco Bay, the air of this house will make guests and owners feel relaxed and comfortable in a formal interior.

The $14,999,995 worth, three-level property will impress with attention to details: beautiful fireplaces, natural wood flooring made of oak, stone elements, a home theater, a wine cellar with controlled temperature, spa facilities, and modern technology. For accommodation, the dwelling has 6 bedrooms and 7 full-bathrooms, but two of the bedrooms are on a lower level and can get multiple uses, from guest rooms to staff quarters.

In the garden the guests will find multiple entertaining arrangements like the sport fields, spa, and swimming pool. For the outdoor décor, special elements create an elegant garden. The waterfall is one of these elements. The elevated pavilion overlooks the surrounding spaces and can be used as a relaxation place in the warm afternoons.

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