Character Features of 1559 Grandview
Grand Spanish style home built in the same year and style of the Santa Barbara Biltmore that was designed by noted architect, Reginald Johnson.
Architectural features include original light fixtures, architectural patterns such as roof line pitch, repeat patterns in vents, and eclectic squared, arched or rounded doorways, original hardwood floors, wood paned windows, high ceilings, beams and more.
Entry has the original parquet-style hardwood floors, plus a prominent, dramatic staircase, and two closets, for coats and for original phone.
Living Room is a grand area with a great fireplace, a high reaching beamed ceiling, and large bright picture windows. Custom stenciled beams tie-in to the banister colors and outside trim.
Gourmet Kitchen was designed by Matt Wolfe (of Wolfe Range Fame) and includes Viking Range cook-top, pop up vent system, prep as well as sit-around island, walk in pantry and lots of cabinets.
Separate sunny breakfast room overlooks the front yard. A gracious formal dining room is located off the entry.
Huge family room is directly off the kitchen with storage areas, a built-in desk and shelves and has views to the outdoor gardens and arbor.
Guest /Reading Room: This room offers a full Murphy Bed and French doors spilling out to the private garden area for coffee or tea under the great Tea Tree.
Master bedroom and master bath are with a remodeled in the style of the original bath, with custom granite topped double sinks in double antique cabinets. Alarm system in room/cable ready.
The main hall bath was restored using 70% original tile. Large shower, separate tub, custom-built double sink cabinet.
Bedrooms #2, 3 have French style windows and a deep closet with shelves and great of storage.
Office/gym room upstairs, Cable H/U ready, phone ready,
Laundry and a large closet located just outside the office.
Basement: custom built, high quality wine cellar that can accommodate 400+ bottles of wine, plus custom built gift wrap/craft station and lots