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Designed by J.M. Newton and built with quality Throughout!

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Designed by J.M Newton and built with quality througout!

  • Modern Architecture with modern finishes in Piedmont Pines backing up the several acres of open space


  • 3 + bedrooms & 2.5 baths


  • Filtered views


  • Chef's kitchen Bertazzoni appliances at counter height microwave, custom cabinets, designer plumbing & lighting fixtures, & oversized pantry


  • Level outdoor living space off living level


  • 99% energy efficient LED lighting


  • Stunning Primary suite with private terrace, and oversized walk-in closet, master bath with custom cabinets, designer plumbing & lighting fixtures, designer tile and slabs. 


  • 3 miles to top-rated private schools, including Head Head Royce, Bentley, and College Preparatory School


  • Smart home features include thermostats, ring video doorbell


  • Open floor plan


  • Easy access to Bart & other public transit, Casual carpools, freeways, & San Francisco


  • Prewired garage for electric car
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6039 Castle Drive

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