28 Castlewood Drive, Pleasanton
Open House this Saturday and Sunday from 1-4pm.
First Time On The Market In Over 50 Years! Incredible opportunity to own a piece of Pleasanton history at Castlewood Country Club. Named “Vista Verdes” or Green Views, this one of a kind estate home has been owned by the same family since 1967. Built in the style of the original Hearst Family home & likely one of the first built in the community after the Hearst Summer Home was purchased by investors in 1924. Situated on a premium, secluded lot tucked under the trees, this stunning home is golf course adjacent and within walking distance to the Club. Recently painted inside & out, the home retains much of its original character with hardwood floors throughout and recent updates to Kitchen and Baths.
Highlights include striking Foyer with custom designed stained glass window. Formal Living Room with exposed beam ceiling, fireplace, and access to raised patio. Formal Dining Room with oversized windows and custom chandelier. Two Main Level Bedrooms (one possible Family Room) share Jack and Jill Bath. Circular upstairs floorplan features Master Bedroom Suite with study (optional retreat, nursery, etc.) and Ensuite Bath. Two additional comfortably sized Bedrooms with walk-in closets, Ensuite Baths, and access to new upper deck. Spacious Sun Room/Library with beautiful arched windows overlooks the front yard gardens. Outside, custom designed gate to brick and tile walkway lead to fountain courtyard & pond area, reminiscent of the grand gardens of the era. Multiple patios and decks for outdoor entertaining and relaxing. Unique and private, with old world charm and deep Pleasanton roots. All this and top Pleasanton schools. Proximity to Historic Downtown, Livermore Valley Wine Country, San Francisco, and Silicon Valley.
Contact us for more information.
Click here for club membership information.
Marketing and selling high-end Luxury Homes in the Tri Valley is what we do best, but on this real estate journey, it’s all about the people we meet on the way, connecting them to each other and the places they call HOME.