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Light-Filled Montclair Contemporary Craftsman
On the market for the first time since it was built for the current owners in 1999, this craftsman style residence showcases soaring ceilings and picturesque views of the surrounding hills. Bathed in natural light from windows in every direction, this custom home is less than a mile from Montclair Village shops, cafes, public library and park. With all the bedrooms on one level and an open floorplan for memorable entertaining, 936 Mountain is ready for its next chapter.
The elegant foyer opens to the living room centered by a fireplace flanked by windows. The dining room has the scale for large dinner parties and family gatherings with doors that open to a back patio. The well-equipped chef’s kitchen enjoys a center island with counter seating, Thermador double ovens, five-burner cooktop and a Miele dishwasher. You can keep an eye on the rest of your household with the large windows to the yard, an adjoining casual dining area and adjacent family room that also opens to the rear grounds. Completing the main level is a powder room for guests.
Upstairs are three spacious bedrooms and two baths including a luxurious primary suite with serene views, walk-in closet and spa-like bath with jetted tub for two, walk-in shower and double vanity. Completing the interior is a laundry room on the lower level and a two-car garage with interior access.
The rear grounds include a patio running the span of the house with plenty of room for outdoor dining and grilling and beautiful terraced low-maintenance gardens. The stone front terrace is perfect for a seating area to enjoy the surrounding vistas and a glass of wine under the stars.
The home is located in the Glen Highlands neighborhood, just minutes to gourmet groceries at Village Market, UC Berkeley, Lake Temescal, several regional parks and the Rockridge business district. Public transit & access to Highways 13 and 24 are a breeze. It's time to enjoy Montclair’s Sunday Farmer’s Market instead of visiting open houses.