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French Eclectic

This French Eclectic home is regal in its symmetry and street presence and with its formidable position on the top of a hill, it commands attention.  The views are spectacular and the open plan allows for multiple distant vistas from most rooms in the house.  The natural slate roof and smooth stucco finish add to its allure and appeal.  At 5,600 sf, it is large enough to provide for expansive public spaces, yet also graciously sized and appointed bedroom suites.  All bedrooms are en suite.  The master bathroom is almost entirely lined in Carrara marble in slab and tile form and the custom arched mahogany front door with a unique wrought iron grill work design towers at the entry.  The stucco on the house is complemented by the extensive use of travertine on the hardscape areas of the site.