• $1,725,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1 Half Bath
  • 2,100 SqFt
  • MLS# 40829025
From the outside, this house nestled on over one half acre feels like it could be right at home in the previous century. Inside, it is a merging of its traditional design elements with a newly updated look. Welcome to 6250 ASPINWALL ROAD — a 3-plus bedroom and 2.5 bath secluded private oasis in the East Bay Hills.
You enter this updated 1940s Rambler home via a long path past an expansive outdoor patio: one of four scattered around the property. Through the formal entry is the glorious living room with its striking whitewashed brick fireplace and wall of multi paned steel mullioned windows. It is a bit like living in a tree house with the beauty of the redwoods and bay views as a constant part of the experience. Off the living room is a charming office with a wide bay window. 
The south facing kitchen is awash in light and features stylish quartz counters, stainless steel appliances and leads easily to the stunning dining room. Again the light and views here are breathtaking. There is even a discrete guest bath just off the entry. With two bedrooms and a stylish bath upstairs the third bedroom and bath is downstairs creating a private suite complete with family room and laundry area. This space could be perfect for kids who want their privacy, guests or as an au pair space. A two car garage, terraced fruit trees, winding paths and hammock complete the property. 
Here is a unique home that provides a spacious freedom from the typical urban density but is only a short trip to the bustle of the delightful Montclair Village. With award winning great schools and easy access to the freeway the location can’t be beat.


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At-a-Glance Known until 1958 as Monte Vista (when residents voted to change the name to Montclair due to the fact that there was another California community with the same name), Montclair’s earliest inhabitants were the Serrano Indians. In time, Spanish settlers, then those from across the United States, would come to call this area home. When land development began in earnest in the late 1890s, the area began its transformation from grazing land for livestock into a viable community. As with much of the East Bay, a development boom that began post-World War Two would be the catalyst for even more rapid growth in Montclair. Today, with its award-winning schools, large homes, and secluded, forest-like set...

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