Luxury Alamo Estate on the Cover of San Francisco’s East Bay Area Issue 6.6

Breathtaking Luxury Alamo Estate
Breathtaking Luxury Alamo Estate

Luxury Home Magazine San Francisco Bay Area Proudly Presents this Breathtaking Luxury Alamo Estate with 260-Degree Views on the Cover of Issue 6.6

Alamo, CA – December 10, 2019 – This breathtaking luxury Alamo estate sits on top of the world, overlooking Roundhill Country Club & Diablo Valley. It was built in 2006, and sits on almost 1 acre amongst the oak trees with 260 degree views.

This architectural masterpiece boasts 5 bedrooms, 6 full baths and 2 half baths, and 7400 sq ft. It has an office, 2 room au pair apartment with separate entrance, 4 car garage with epoxy coated floors and built in cabinets, secret passage with spiral staircase to theatre room & 2000 bottle wine cellar, 5 fire places, opulent master bedroom suite with jetted tub, dry sauna, and large his and her closets.

Enormous inviting living room with coffered ceilings and stunning views. Chef’s kitchen with butler’s pantry and large center island, opening to expansive and elegant dining room. Relish in the serenity of the back yard with infinity pool and spa, built in outdoor kitchen with fireplace and several sitting niches. Enjoy unparalleled quality, privacy, and views.

The Neighborhood

In Alamo, an unincorporated area of Contra Costa County, you can see kids riding their horses along the sandy streets of the outer neighborhoods. Large, custom homes in contemporary and French Country styles on half-acre lots define this tranquil town in set amongst the Northern California oak countryside.

At the foot of Mount Diablo, Alamo offers seclusion, serenity, and tranquility. Parks and trails are plentiful, including The Iron Horse Trail, a 33-mile multiuse pathway that connects the communities of Concord and Dublin. Andrew H. Young Park, Hap Magee Ranch Park, Livorna Park, and Rancho Romero School Sports Field and Park feature volleyball courts, picnic and barbecue areas, open-air gazebos, and dog parks.

Downtown Alamo is anchored by the Alamo Hay & Grain store, which sports a fiberglass statue of a life-sized Palomino on its roof. Locals hang out at the Alamo Cafe, Cherubini Coffee House, and Bagel Street Cafe.

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About the Listing Agent

Jill Fusari of The Agency | A dynamic and dedicated real estate professional, Jill Fusari has been representing buyers and sellers across Alamo, Danville, Walnut Creek, San Ramon and beyond for the past 14 years. Always ready to help her clients achieve their real estate goals, Jill’s years of training and education have allowed her to focus her efforts on creating effective, personalized plans of action for each and every client in order to make the real estate process effortless and enjoyable from start to finish.

An Alamo resident for 19 years, her knowledge of the local community and its real estate is unmatched.

Jill is actively involved with numerous non-profit organizations, including Pledge to Humanity, Special Olympics and 100 Women Who Care.

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