Daily Dream Home: Villa Park

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This  Contemporary Craftsman one-story house in Villa Park, California, built in 2004, was the residence of Ronald D. Rotunda, Esquire. He was credited by John Dean for being responsible for Watergate’s most lasting positive impact and for his for his prolific contributions to American law.

This home is set against the serenity of the foothills and is a tranquil retreat that transports you to your own luxury escape.

Designed for family living and incredible entertaining with an open flowing plan bringing the inside out. This stunning contemporary craftsman has quality construction/finishes/solar. The home is one story with a formal entrance foyer with marble floors covering all areas except the bedrooms. Soaring exposed beam cathedral ceilings with clerestory windows.

The wrap around stone patio with fireplace and outdoor dining/seating areas are accessible from all main areas through sliding doors. The heated saltwater pool with slide and waterfall surrounded by mature lush professional landscape can be seen from all of the main rooms.

The four bedrooms downstairs enjoy orchard views through casement wood windows. Two of the five baths are ensuite.

The master retreat is grand in scale, views and amenities. The two stone fireplaces serve the formal living room and dining room.

The kitchen is expansive with an oversize island, marble counters/backsplashes, Viking oven, two dishwashers, double sink/prep sink, butler’s pantry and refrigerator. Private laundry has sink/storage.

The guest quarters have a 3/4 bath, walk-in closets, stairs leading up to the skylight bedroom with views of the hills and pool.

The entire home, including the garage, is finished with Venetian plaster walls. The home has electric car charging port for two cars. Equestrian trails and hiking trails are in the neighborhood.

This property is listed for $2.275 million with First Team Estates, an affiliate of Luxury Portfolio International®.

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