The landmark estate sits along Orinda Country Club, and Roaring ‘20s grandeur is on full display inside the charming Tudor.“It has been extensively updated and showcases incredible warmth, stunning craftsmanship and character,” said Dana Green of Pacific Union Real Estate, who is listing 27 La Noria for $4.75 million.The grounds afford panoramic vistas of the surrounding region, a verdant oasis of tree-studded hills.Solid-core doors and hand-hewn open-beam ceilings represent some of the fine Douglas fir finishes found throughout the home.Dual seating areas offer the oversize living room plenty of space for gathering and entertaining.A mini brick backsplash rests behind the range, and the kitchen hosts a built-in spice rank, dual dishwashers and a pair of sinks.Custom cabinetry accents the eat-in kitchen as the adjoining media area includes a built-in desk.Leaded glass also appears in the master suite, this time in a French door opening to a private deck.Upgraded last year, the bathroom offers dual vanities, a soaking tub and a stall shower with rainfall head.Built in 1928, this seven-bedroom with more than 5,000 square feet of living space sits atop a 0.8-acre estate.Connecticut Bluestone patios surround the listing that includes a detached pool house with a similar design and material palette.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
JANUARY 14, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - BLUESTONE COUNTRY LLC
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