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Jeff & Jan Bruno Present:

Exceptional Westside home


About this home's










Designed by Steven Kubichek and built in 2013 by Paul Enea, this 4 bedroom (all en suite) Contemporary Mediterranean home is appx 3821 sf (over 5000 sf under roof, including the loggia and garage) and is on a picture perfect one-half acre flat lot. The fixtures, finishes, and craftsmanship are all of the highest quality. Public areas are grand in scale – high ceilings, oversized rooms, and generous transition areas. There are 2 offices/flex rooms and 2 powder rooms. The Marty Hoffman
designed yard is spectacular and a favorite for parties and events.
The home is in a premier location. So beautiful, this portion of Danville was routinely referred to as God’s Country during its development in the ‘60’s. Keeping fit? The Iron Horse trail is close if a paved path is your exercise choice; Las Trampas trailheads are equally close if dirt underfoot or underwheel are preferred. The heart of downtown is a few blocks away.
A stroll down Hartz on a Thursday, Friday, or Saturday evening seeing everyone at the newly created parklets enjoying amazing meals and live music offered by our local restaurants reinforces the Town’s motto, “Small town atmosphere, outstanding quality of life.”


Interior Features

  • Contemporary Mediterranean architecture with rooms scaled to create a comfortable, practical, and elegant home.
  • Layout promotes indoor/outdoor living and room to room flow.
  • The kitchen, casual dining area, and family room form the heart of the home.
  • The kitchen is as beautiful as it is functional. It features a 6 burner Thermador cooktop, rich cabinetry, and leathered granite counters.
  • The multi-functional butler’s pantry is behind the kitchen. It has food prep stations, 2 refrigerator drawers, a second sink, a second dishwasher, and an abundance of space for food, linens, serving pieces, gadgets, small appliances, etc.
  • The family room, adjacent to the kitchen, is impressive in size (think super bowl party), has a great sense of volume with its high ceilings, and is bathed in natural light with 2 skylights and 2 sets of double doors leading to the loggia. A 2 sided fireplace serves both the family room and loggia outside.
  • The formal dining room is away from the open kitchen/family room area creating an appropriate spot for special occasions.
  • Two flexible public areas adjacent to the great room, with doors for privacy, may be utilized for home offices/media streaming/library/music.
  • A mud room, with bead board lined cubbies, and an extra-large laundry room provide a clean transition from the garage to the home.
  • The primary suite is grand – walk-in closet, spa like bathing and dressing areas, a fireplace, and sliding patio doors to a patio and the rear yard.
  • Secondary bedrooms are large and all have attached baths. One of the guest rooms in privately located on a separate wing from the others.
  • The garage (appx 789 sf) has epoxy floors, built-in cabinetry, and a side roll up door for bikes and oversized toys.

Exterior features

  • Knock out curb appeal with beautiful architecture, barrel tile roof, an inviting front courtyard, and lush landscaping.
  • The loggia (appx 470 sf) off of the family room provides an extension of under roof living space and is the favorite family spot for dinners and even cuddling up in the winter under blankets and watching movies.
  • The Marty Hoffman designed yard is gorgeous, fun, and has it all – large lawn, rectangular salt water pool with retractable cover, sport court, veggie garden, and multiple spots for relaxation and entertainment. (An ideal area is thoughtfully pre-plumbed for an outdoor kitchen. The project was never executed – too busy at baseball tournaments every weekend!)
  • Views, framed by impressive oaks, of the Las Trampas Hills and Mount Diablo.

The Neighborhood

  • The Westside is Danville’s destination neighborhood. Hartford Road may be the most coveted street in the San Ramon Valley. The surrounding homes are spectacular.
  • Danville’s vibrant downtown is a short ride or stroll away. The sense of community, whether witnessed cheering on the Wolves on a Friday night, chatting with friends Saturday morning at the farmer’s market, or watching the 49ers (al fresco) at Primos or Hazy on a Sunday, is palpable.
  • The local schools are among the most desired in the San Ramon Valley Unified School District. The District itself is one of the finest in the State.
  • Its location is convenient to employment centers at Bishop ranch and Hacienda Business Park, near the I680/580 interchange, and 7.5 miles to the WC BART for those that commute to the City.
  • Safewise.com has named Danville the safest community in California for the 4th year in a row. (Thanks Chief Shields and all the blue!)

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232 Hartford Road

The Town of Danville is located in the San Ramon Valley in Contra Costa County, California. It is one of the incorporated municipalities in California that uses "town" in its name instead of "city". The population was 44,631 in 2016. With a lively downtown district, shopping and outdoor dining are popular. Danville hosts a farmers' market each Saturday next to the Museum of the San Ramon Valley, located in the historic Southern Pacific Railroad Train Depot. The Iron Horse Regional Trail runs through Danville. It was first a railroad that has been converted to an 80-foot (24 m) wide corridor of bike and hike trails as well as controlled intersections. Extending from Pleasanton to Concord, the trail passes through Danville. Danville is also home to the Village Theatre and Art Gallery, hosting children's theatre, shows and art discussions.