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Impeccably Designed | Architectural Masterpiece
Impeccably Designed | Architectural Masterpiece

Orinda, CA – March 1, 2024

This Swatt-Miers home, featured in Mansion Global, is impeccably appointed and commands arguably the best view in all Orinda. Descend into a gated enclave and put the cares of the world far away. On the wide travertine deck, bask in the afternoon sun and admire the Berkeley hills. Enjoy a glass of wine and the hillside lights from an infinity pool, outdoor dining area, firepit, and hot tub. The spacious guest house and walking path lie nearby. The home features ceilings nearly 14 feet high, spacious living and dining rooms, and floor-to-ceiling windows.

A glass-enclosed wine cellar and concealed wet bar adjoin. The kitchen, with elite appliances, breakfast bar, and impeccable cabinetry floor to ceiling, leads to the glass-enclosed family room, with pool and hillside views. A sound system provides music to fit every mood.

The principal bedroom suite offers striking views. Two spacious closets accommodate every wardrobe. The bathroom adjoins a separate private deck, and a comfortable office lies just steps away. Descend to the other bedrooms (each with views) and additional bathrooms and an entertainment room. A 3-car garage and adjacent parking area accommodate residents and guests, and a DKS gate system provides security. BART and the freeway are minutes away.

This Impeccable Designed, Architectural Masterpiece in Orinda is just outside the Caldecott Tunnel, which connects Lamorinda to the rest of the East Bay, Orinda boasts temperate weather, strong schools, and a relaxing lifestyle to nearly 20,000 residents.

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About the Listing Agent

Ann Newton Cane has real estate in her blood; she was raised on a large cattle ranch near the Oregon-California border, where her parents and siblings still live.

After graduating from the University of California at Davis in 1986 with a major in Rhetoric, Ann joined the then-upstart MCI, selling telecommunications services. She raced through the sales ranks, earning every MCI honor possible for taking business away from the behemoth AT&T. She remained at MCI following its merger with WorldCom Inc., managing the company’s relationship with key global accounts such as Time Mirror, Nissan, First Interstate Bank, Kaiser Permanente, Amgen, and Wells Fargo Bank.

Dick Notebaert, CEO of Qwest Communications (now CenturyLink) persuaded Ann to join him as Qwest’s Director California region, responsible for West Coast global accounts.

Ann took a break from full-time work to raise her two children, Paul William III and Katherine. Ann then devoted herself to community activities and other volunteer work, including service on the College Preparatory School’s Board of Trustees; leadership positions in the National Charity League; Parents’ Club President at the Orinda Intermediate School; Swimming Chair of the Meadow Swim and Tennis Club; President of the Homeowners’ Association of the Grand Lodge in Deer Valley, Utah; and service on the Membership Development Committee at the Claremont Country Club in Oakland.

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