Location: 15671 Glen Una Drive, Saratoga, CA

Square Footage: 10,303

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 5 bedrooms & 10 bathrooms

Price: $8,990,000

This newly listed French Provincial style mansion is located at 15671 Glen Una Drive in Saratoga, CA and is situated on an acre of land. It was built by RJ Dailey Construction Co. and features approximately 10,303 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 6 full and 4 half bathrooms, foyer with sweeping staircase, elevator to all 3 floors, formal living room with fireplace and coffered ceiling, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen with large island and beamed ceiling, adjacent breakfast/sitting room with built-in booth, gorgeous barrel vaulted family room with French doors and a fireplace, 4-car garage and more. Outdoor features include terraces, loggia with outdoor kitchen, BBQ area with pizza oven and a swimming pool with spa.

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  • Daniel

    Exterior looks very charming, and the interior has some nice spaces. Foyer is a bit of a let down.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Would have been nicer if it was 2-story. I also like when a staircase is situated in the middle of the foyer, not to the side. Too understated; I like in-your-face 😉




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      • opinionfree

        “I like in your face” Well, that’s not very nice or welcoming (especially in a home). I find it very difficult to appreciate people, places or things with that point of view. A home should be a source of hospitality and showcase an owners graciousness: not a weapon of intimidation. Confidence, in life and home, are much better than arrogance and insecurity.
        Just for today, I will not intimidate others to be impressed by me.
        I’m sure few if any would advocate such bullying behaviour.




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        • L

          Um, wut?




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  • Grrrowler

    I quite like this one. I’m pleased that the entrance foyer isn’t a grand two-story affair and that the staircase isn’t a major focal point. I much prefer the subtlety of this over a giant staircase that tries to announce “I must be rich because I have a huge stairway!” That might impress some guests and the Chinese take away driver, but this feels more like entering a home instead of a museum. The same goes for the rest of the house; it feels like a place people actually live, as opposed to something simply trying to impress.




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  • Jason

    I like this one. Something about a soft, soothing buttery yellow house that feels warm and inviting. Also, the Great Room that projects out towards the rear of the house is a lovely space. I especially like the flattened barrel vault ceiling.




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