Whether enjoyed as a primary residence, or as a “wine country” weekend getaway and summer home, 10 Serenity Lane, in Alamo, is a palatial estate of elegance and distinction.
Imagine driving through tall gates and meandering up a long private driveway past manicured gardens and acre upon acre of beautiful vineyards, toward a magnificent chateau, on the top of the hill, then you have anticipated what you will see when you arrive at 10 Serenity Lane. It is not at all an exaggeration to call it Bordeaux in Alamo.
Here are just a few of the highlights:
- Masterfully constructed Chateau with a main residence of over 12,000 sq.ft (per tax records), and additional improvements (pool house, car museum, music room, offices, etc.) totaling tens of thousands of additional square feet of finished space.
- 100+ acres, of which approximately 11 are fenced, and approximately eight are producing, with mature vineyards (per Seller)
- Immediate, adjoining access to 100,000+ acres of dedicated open space (per SaveMtDiablo.org) for the avid equestrian, hiker, runner, mountain biker, and / or outdoor enthusiast.
- 15-20 car state-of-the-art car barn / museum.
- Unobstructed panoramic 10+ mile views of bucolic rolling hills that simply defy belief. You know you are just minutes from the City, but you can easily convince yourself you are in the French countryside.
In Alamo, an unincorporated area of Contra Costa County, you can see kids riding their horses along the sandy streets of the outer neighborhoods. Large, custom homes in contemporary and French Country styles on half-acre lots define this tranquil town in set amongst the Northern California oak countryside. At the foot of Mount Diablo, Alamo offers seclusion, serenity, and tranquility. Parks and trails are plentiful, including The Iron Horse Trail, a 33-mile multiuse pathway that connects the communities of Concord and Dublin. Andrew H. Young Park, Hap Magee Ranch Park, Livorna Park, and Rancho Romero School Sports Field and Park feature volleyball courts, picnic and barbecue areas, open-air gazebos, and dog parks. Downtown Alamo is anchored by the Alamo Hay & Grain store, which sports a fiberglass statue of a life-sized Palomino on its roof. Locals hang out at the Alamo Cafe, Cherubini Coffee House, and Bagel Street Cafe.