The classic and signature home design by Steven Kubitschek showcases exceptional craftsmanship, detailed millwork and elegant volume ceilings. His design and subsequent expansion and remodel of this Alamo home also articulate an excellent flow and livability for today’s lifestyle.
This home in Alamo’s gated Stonegate neighborhood features exceptional craftsmanship, detailed millwork and elegant volume ceilings.
Located in the gated Stonegate neighborhood at 3065 Stonegate Drive, this home was built by Dick Humphries in 1992 and features more than 5,200 square feet of meticulously maintained living space that lives like a single story. There is a main-level master bedroom retreat, guest quarters, dedicated office, stately formal rooms and expansive informal gathering spaces that seamlessly connect to spectacular outdoor amenities. Staircases provide access to a private two-bedroom, one-bathroom north wing with flexible loft space, and to a home theater room/second master in the south wing.
There is an additional 587-square-foot pool/studio guesthouse with full kitchen and full bathroom adjacent to the Hawkins Pebble Tec pool and spa and its wraparound decking and patio. More than two dozen Valley oak trees embrace the .74-acre property that is ideally located at the foot of Mount Diablo with nearby trailhead access and the peaceful surroundings of its exclusive location. Pathways also meander from the level patio and poolside deck to terraced gardens and additional venues under the oaks either ideal for a play structure or quiet retreat.
Inside the leaded glass front door with transoms and side panels, the foyer has a soaring ceiling with new chandelier and skylights.
The elegant formal living and dining rooms are defined by columns and arched entries.
The adjoining formal living and dining rooms are elegant rooms defined by columns and arched entries, adorned with vaulted box-beam ceilings, and bright with natural light from the large picture windows and French doors.
The layout of the gourmet kitchen, adjoining casual dining area and the expansive family room is ideal for a growing family or entertaining.
The kitchen was tastefully updated in 2000 and is well-appointed with natural cherry cabinetry and seeded glass doors, granite counters and tumbled stone backsplash, large island and breakfast bar with built-in wine storage and cookbook storage, Electrolux double ovens, Bosch dishwasher, Dacor cooktop, Sub-Zero refrigerator, and stainless farm sink. The casual dining area features a built-in corner curio with seeded glass door and French doors to a new redwood deck.
Oversize windows and a wall of window and sliding French doors allow …read more
Source:: East Bay – Lifestyle