The Tobin Clark Estate later named House-on-Hill was built in many stages. First to be built, on the lower part of the estate were a thirteen bay carriage house, servants cottage, guest cottage, and stables. This is where the family lived while the main house was being built. Now known as Bridle Court. Paying tribute to David Adler's original design and upholding the estates integrity, Farro Essalat tastefully reimagined the home in 1999 by adding 4,035 square feet of living space carrying through the original Cotswold-style architecture, dormer windows, leaving the original brickwork intact and reinforced and enhancing the historic beauty all while adding every desired modern-day lifestyle needs. What has emerged is a home filled with history, authentic architecture, style and taste. Perfect for todays busy lifestyle and centrally located to San Francisco and Silcon Valley, close to downtown, schools and transportation. This is a stunning home.
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