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Peaceful and Private Westside Danville Retreat - $1,399,000
100 Oak View Terrace is not only distinguished for its’ highly desirable location on Danville’s Westside but also for its’ peaceful and private two acre setting. This contemporary styled home is uniquely designed to complement the natural surroundings. The large window walls, French Doors and sliding glass doors seem to eliminate the boundary between the interior and exterior.
The spacious 3600 square foot home includes five bedrooms, three bathrooms plus a bonus room. The kitchen is updated with natural stone counters, Sub-Zero refrigerator, gas range, custom cabinetry and convenient center island. The separate breakfast area is the perfect location to relax with a cup of coffee and enjoy your own outdoor paradise. Adjacent to the kitchen is a casual living area with vaulted ceilings, built-in bookshelves and wood burning fireplace. The master suite is also located on the main level and includes an updated bath with separate shower and Jacuzzi bathtub, dual vanities and walk-in closet. The bonus room and second bedroom is located down a separate wing overlooking the sparkling lap pool.
The lower level features a great room highlighted with a wood-burning stove and dramatic floor to ceiling windows, equipped with automatic power blinds. This level also includes two additional bedrooms, laundry and an office with beautiful built-in cabinetry.
The home is situated on a tree-studded lot featuring several Heritage Oaks. The large private backyard is perfect for entertaining and includes a lap pool, patio area and decks. A stately Heritage Oak is the focal point of the yard providing natural shade and is surrounded by lovely mature and maintained landscaping.
This Westside residence offers the best of both worlds. The setting is peaceful and quiet while the location is convenient and close to the Iron Horse Trail, hiking trails in addition to the restaurants and shops in Downtown Danville.
Compact and self-contained, Danville feels like a small town despite having a population over 40,000. Danville is an upscale community with some of the most expensive houses, affluent demographics, and exclusive country clubs in the county located here.
Hartz Avenue is the center of town, and is home to a lively shopping district of small retail and dining establishments. Bridges Restaurant, made famous by Mrs. Doubtfire, is in the heart of downtown. Sidewalk shopping, and al fresco dining that takes advantage of the warm weather are popular here, as is the twice-weekly farmers market. Locals bring their families to grab a burger at Pete's Brass Rail and Car Wash. The 4th of July Parade draws thousands. The old railroad station, which once connected the farmers of San Ramon valley to markets in San Francisco, is now a railroad museum. The Village Theatre serves as a performing arts theatre with an art gallery in the lobby.
In the hills above Danville, Eugene O'Neill wrote his famous plays in Tao House. Guided tours of the home, which is now part of the National Park Service, are offered year round. The popular hiking and biking trail, Iron Horse Trail runs past the center of Danville.
Perhaps the most prestigious addresses in Danville can be found at the Blackhawk County Club Community, at the foot of Mt. Diablo. The luxurious homes are surrounded by thousands of acres of permanent open lands. Multi-million dollar homes line the golf courses at Blackhawk, including Lakeside, which is a stop on the LPGA tour.