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Don't miss this incredible opportunity nestled between Almaden and Blossom Valleys! You must see this spacious Ponderosa-built executive home, loaded to the brim with style and design!
Ponderosa Homes' original tagline was "Different by Design", and this home is the perfect exemplar. Dramatic cathedral ceilings with clerestory windows grace the formal Living and Dining rooms. The superbly laid out kitchen is a culinary artists dream.
Convenient bedroom and full bath on the ground level. The second level grand owner's suite features vaulted ceilings, plenty of closet space, and a spa-experience bathroom with soaking tub and separate shower. Enjoy game or movie night in the spacious loft. Billiards, anyone?
During the day the loft is sun-filled and provides a cozy respite to relax and take in beautiful views of the Santa Teresa hills! You may even be inspired to take a hike or a bike around the many trails located nearby.
The highly regarded South Valley YMCA is up the street with something for everyone. Grab a workout, enjoy some pilates, or even some indoor or outdoor swimming!
A shopping mecca with restaurants, enterainment and shops galore awaits. Convenient to Whole Foods, TJs, Costco, Almaden Ranch, Oakridge Mall, AMC XD theaters, and gastronomic delights from all parts of the globe.
The rooftop solar system is owned to very nice supplement PG&E!
Santa Teresa was founded in 1834 as Rancho Santa Teresa, a rancho grant given by Governor José Figueroa to Don José Joaquín Bernal, a retired soldier who came to Alta California as part of the De Anza Expedition in 1776. Prior to receiving the rancho grant, José Joaquín Bernal had already settled in the area since 1826.
Bernal named the area Santa Teresa after attributing the healing waters of the Santa Teresa Spring to Saint Teresa of Ávila, the 16th century Spanish saint. Rancho Santa Teresa quickly became an important center for Californio life in the southern Santa Clara Valley, attracting vaqueros and their families from the region with regular fiestas featuring Fandango dancing and large feasts.
Today, Santa Teresa is largely a residential area, but also home to numerous Silicon Valley tech campuses.