Award-winning custom hacienda-style design at vineyard estate in Orinda

A custom sanctuary designed to pay homage to the family’s Venezuelan heritage was spared little expense. The Orinda home is situated on a cul-de-sac with endless views and endless opportunities to enjoy those views.

This 1.01-acre property features a front courtyard entry, a fountain, gardens and a backyard vineyard. 

Berkeley architect Fred Hyer transformed the 1950s rancher at 10 Crestview Court into a hacienda-style home showcasing thick stucco and Old World textured walls, a cooling tower, imported tile flooring, wood-trimmed windows, and an open floor plan that seamlessly connects to extraordinary outdoor venues.

The exposed beam ceiling adds ambience to the breakfast room. 

Gather around the outdoor fireplace on the

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