This magnificent 20-acre Oakland/Berkeley Hills Estate has just hit the market, priced at $21 million. With a striking modernist design inspired by the genius of Frank Lloyd Wright, this 14,000+ square foot architectural masterpiece extends over two levels and was built with the finest materials and craftsmanship. It offers the breathtaking panoramic views that stretch from wine country to Silicon Valley; with the San Francisco Bay, the five Bridges, and the shimmering cities of San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley in between.
Designed and built from 1996-1999, this spectacular 4+ bedroom, 5 full bath, 6 half bath, 7 fireplace manor, is the culmination of years of planning and execution by its owner, Robert W. Felton. Every detail, from the infinity lap pool, to the copper topped domes, to the hand-picked stone, has been thoughtfully set in its place to create a sublime symmetry, and a balance with the beauty of the natural surroundings.
This magnificent estate property boasts some 200 lovingly manicured stocks of Pinot Noir grapes, as well as some 200 stocks of Chardonnay grapes. After the crush, store your favorite vintages in the extraordinary wine cellar and tasting room carved into the hillside, which is reminiscent of those found in Europe’s most historic castles.
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