Sponsored: Light-filled Blackhawk estate on coveted cul-de-sac is close to Lakeside Clubhouse


The home's outdoor entertaining space is pretty and plentiful, with lush lawns, foliage and roses that wrap around the large pool and spa.

The custom estate home at 56 Red Pine Court stately sits on a more than half-acre lot in one of the more picturesque culs-de-sac within the Blackhawk Country Club. Set back from the road with a gentle slope and manicured front landscape, the Danville home features about 4,570 square feet of living space on two levels.

The home’s outdoor entertaining space is pretty and plentiful, with lush lawns, foliage, and roses that wrap around the large pool and spa.

An open floor plan showcases large, inviting and comfortable light-filled rooms that seamlessly connect to the backyard amenities. More than $172,000 worth of improvements have been completed at this home in the past three years including new hickory hardwood flooring, attractive redesigned fireplace surrounds, window coverings, interior paint, light fixtures and an expanded master bedroom walk-in closet.

There are four bedrooms, four bathrooms, powder room, dedicated office, updated chef’s kitchen, formal and casual dining areas, and large, beautifully designed living and family rooms. On the upper level, in addition to a bedroom and full bathroom, is a spacious bonus/game room, an incredible flexible space to hang out with friends and family and watch a movie or play a game of pool. Built-in cabinetry and a built-in workstation also make this a possible second office or study area.

The Blackhawk home is within walking distance and a short golf cart ride to the Lakeside Clubhouse and Golf Course.

The dramatic vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and wall of window that echoes its pitch creates an awe-inspiring living room that is bright with natural light. Gorgeous Ann Sacks marble tile looks like basket weave around the new fireplace insert. A walk-around wet bar has a granite counter, mirrored backsplash and leaded-glass paneled cabinetry in addition to a wine refrigerator.

The living room is open to the adjacent formal dining room that features crown molding, and recessed niche for buffet or wine storage. A butler’s pantry has a granite counter, and cabinetry with glass-paneled doors to display crystal and china. French doors from the living and dining rooms open onto a private terrace ideal to extend this wonderful entertaining space out of doors and into the garden setting.

The wide-plank hickory floors continue into the chef’s kitchen, a large space beautifully designed for multiple cooks and is sure to be a favorite gathering space. A stunning stainless tile backsplash set in a harlequin pattern complements the glazed cabinetry and …read more

Source:: The Mercury News – Lifestyle

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