This $39 Million East Bay Home Has Some Spectacular Amenities
PeopleSoft founder David Duffield spent seven years on the design and construction of a dream house for his family—and their pets—on more than 21 acres in the East Bay hills. Among the more unusual amenities at the multi-gabled English manor are a dog spa, two paw-washing stations and an aviary. The 8-bedroom house is a paradise for young humans as well, with a home cinema, a treehouse and multiple pools. Dana Green at Pacific Union/Christie’s commissioned a special video that shows off the delights of entertaining family and friends at her chart-topping $39 million listing.
20,467 sq. ft.
Contact: Dana Green at Pacific Union/Christie's, 7countryoaklane.com
A vaulted ceiling and exposed wood beams give the great room and bar a barn-like quality.
An antique French limestone fireplace anchors the living room.
The Juliet balcony is constructed of rare Swamp Cypress wood.
The chef's kitchen is outfitted with top-of-the-line appliances and custom cabinetry.
The butler's pantry features a Calacatta marble countertop and backsplash.
The walls of the dining room are hand-painted.
The executive library features a custom-designed tile fireplace.
The luxurious master retreat features another French limestone fireplace.
"Her" master dressing room and bath.
"His" master dressing room and bath.
A full outdoor kitchen is a perfect space for entertaining.
The children's pool, which is adjacent to the main pool.