Newer home with great views

This Clarendon Heights home is one of The City’s newer properties. Built in 1996, the home has a quintessential Mediterranean style to it with the extensive panoramic views of the Bay and the downtown area.

Nestled among tall trees and rich foliage, the home has a very open floor plan. The main level has arched room entrances and hardwood floors. The living room has a fireplace, bay window, built-in bar and terrace.

The kitchen has been extensively remodeled since the home was built. Most of the appliances are less than a year old, installed in 2005. They include a Jenn-Air stove with an oven, a Miele dishwasher, a GE Profile refrigerator, a DCS build-in oven and a separate microwave. It also has soap stone counters, a skylight, breakfast area and custom cabinetry.

The lower entry has a tiled foyer that leads to two large guest bathrooms, a full large bath and a laundry room with quite abit of storage.

The top level is almost like a private hotel penthouse. The master suite features a spacious tiled bath with granite countertops, double vanity and open glassed shower. The bedroom has a large balcony and an adjoining office or nursery that also has it’s own balcony with views of the south end of The City.

Artists and photographers will also enjoy the garage, which has a specially constructed darkroom. The owners are not selling the equipment but the room is designed to keep light out for the next photographer.

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