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The Tobin Clark Estate, Hillsborough CA

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Luxury Home Magazine of Silicon Valley | San Francisco | Napa Valley and surrounding areas presents this Tobin Clark estate. In 1920, Mrs. Celia Tobin Clark, heiress to the Hibernia bank fortune, commissioned the construction of this elegant estate. Being known for her distinct fast, there was extra care taken to get the best resources, including the 18th century English oak, pine wood carving from Gingling Gibbons, trees from Monterrey Peninsula, rose terraces, and also multiple varieties of olives which were a favorite choice of Mrs. Clark. Star 1 - Copy (3)designers like Syrie Mougham, who chose the rarest and most exotic of offerings like 18th century Chinese coverings, designed the home to give it the best possible aesthetics, while the overall construction had the brain of noted architect Mr. David Adler. This extravagant home has a total of 30 rooms, including bedrooms, bathrooms, 1700-bottle wine cellar, music room, dining room, library, apart from the common areas like the living room, entrance foyer, car garage, etc. The Tobin Clark Estate has hosted many dignitaries and is truly an amazing property.

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