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Daniel Casabonne presents:
Situated on just over 3/4 acre parcel in the hills above Boyes Hot Springs, this charming 1950's 3 bedroom + den/2 bath home is being offered for sale for the first time in decades.
Tastefully updated and upgraded by well known architect as his own residence.
Sweeping views and privacy yet a few minutes up the road from the Plaza.
Interior features include hardwood floors, French doors with all leading to patios or decks, stone fireplace, open beam ceilings, and updated & large kitchen.
Detached workshop for those wanting to do projects or those thinking they want a detached ADU.
Mature landscaping, ancient Oaks, Mazanitas of all sizes, succulents, and stone walls & paths.
Old world charm meets Mid Century cool. Add a pool, create an ADU, expand the footprint, or just enjoy from day one.
Current floorplan lends itself perfectly to have an ADU of 1 bedroom/1 bath with just closing off one doorway.
The hills of Boyes Hot Springs are hip & cool and this is the ideal Wine Country Escape or primary residence.
Large parcel but very low maintenance.
A property like this is a true gem and a rare find.
All public services. Solar to off set the electricity bill.
Showings by Appointment:
Contact Daniel Casabonne
(707) 939-2222 and (707) 494-3130
Sotheby's International Realty
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