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1929 Monterey Colonial Style Estate, Palo Alto CA

Luxury Home Magazine of Silicon Valley features this stately 1929 masterpiece was designed by renowned California artisans, architect Gardner Dailey and landscape architect Thomas Church. A testament to the enduring appeal of the classic Monterey Colonial style of architecture. The interior is classic and stylish featuring a lavish master suite with spa-inspired bathroom, and five additional bedrooms, 3 with en suite bath. An additional 1-bedroom apartment above a 3-car detached garage completes the generous accommodations, totaling over 7,700 square feet. The 75,000 sf lot incorporates fields of lavender filling the air with fragrance, and some 150 rose bushes grace the grounds in a tapestry of perfumed color.

To view this home in Luxury Home Magazine

Alan Dunckel & Derk Brill of Alain Pinel Realtors

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LuxuryHomeMagazine.com and LuxuryHomeMagazineBlog.com are a division of Sunshine Publications, Inc. Luxury Home Magazine is a market specific publication featuring Luxury Homes and Luxury Real Estate showcased in a “coffee table magazine” format represented throughout the United States and distributed through the platforms In Print, Direct Mailed and Online Interactive Digital Media. For advertising information in the Silicon Valley Luxury Home Magazine contact:  Tim Crenshaw.

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