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20 Sky Terrace, Danville, CA

  • Bedrooms6 Beds
  • Family RoomFamily Room
  • OfficeOffice

A perfect location to create a dream home with the majesty of Mt.Diablo as a back drop! This 2,256 +/- sf house on a 2.43 acre lot comes with 6 bedrooms, 3 baths and exquisite views of Mt. Diablo Hills. Located on Westside Danville, this mostly original restored home exudes rustic charm at its finest.

 

It was important to the current owners to maintain the integrity of the original home and restore this treasure to its original, simple beauty. The home was designed by architect George Homsey. His intention was to keep the house unadorned, allowing the view to be the primary focus. The owners maintained the original natural aesthetics by refinishing the cork floors and Douglas fir cabinetry as well as replacing the worn original VCT tile flooring with a similar eco-friendly product.  The old formica countertops were upgraded to natural soapstone which maintained the original earthy character of the home.   

 

The color palette is true to the original paint scheme suggested on the blueprints.  All of the original exterior cedar siding was preserved with linseed oil-based stain, a low-impact environmental choice that should extend the life of the siding for years to come.  The 1940s era six-burner Wedgewood stove was professionally cleaned and refurbished to function perfectly for todays needs.  

 

The property features drought-resistant pomegranate, persimmon, grapes, fig, lemon, orange, lime, peach, apple, plum and olive trees as well as abundant blackberry bushes to enjoy throughout the year. Being less than a mile from Danvilles center it is an easy walk into town for dinner, coffee or the weekend farmers market. 

 

While enjoying the incredible mountain view, hummingbirds flit between flowers, grouse peck at unseen insects and occasionally we catch a glimpse of a red-tailed hawk patrolling over the valley.

 

For additional details on this property, access the following URL online:

 

 http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/tour-a-mid-century-tear-down-home-that-got-a-second-chance-245881

A perfect location to create a dream home with the majesty of Mt.Diablo as a back drop! This 2,256 +/- sf house on a 2.43 acre lot comes with 6 bedrooms, 3 baths and exquisite views of Mt. Diablo Hills. Located on Westside Danville, this mostly original restored home exudes rustic charm at its finest.

 

It was important to the current owners to maintain the integrity of the original home and restore this treasure to its original, simple beauty. The home was designed by architect George Homsey. His intention was to keep the house unadorned, allowing the view to be the primary focus. The owners maintained the original natural aesthetics by refinishing the cork floors and Douglas fir cabinetry as well as replacing the worn original VCT tile flooring with a similar eco-friendly product.  The old formica countertops were upgraded to natural soapstone which maintained the original earthy character of the home.   

 

The color palette is true to the original paint scheme suggested on the blueprints.  All of the original exterior cedar siding was preserved with linseed oil-based stain, a low-impact environmental choice that should extend the life of the siding for years to come.  The 1940s era six-burner Wedgewood stove was professionally cleaned and refurbished to function perfectly for todays needs.  

 

The property features drought-resistant pomegranate, persimmon, grapes, fig, lemon, orange, lime, peach, apple, plum and olive trees as well as abundant blackberry bushes to enjoy throughout the year. Being less than a mile from Danvilles center it is an easy walk into town for dinner, coffee or the weekend farmers market. 

 

While enjoying the incredible mountain view, hummingbirds flit between flowers, grouse peck at unseen insects and occasionally we catch a glimpse of a red-tailed hawk patrolling over the valley.

 

For additional details on this property, access the following URL online:

 

 http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/tour-a-mid-century-tear-down-home-that-got-a-second-chance-245881

 

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J. Rockcliff Realtors
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Joujou Chawla 510-406-4836  |  Email

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