The Bay Area’s Most Exceptional Estate
7 Country Oak Lane, Alamo, California
This dramatic estate slowly reveals itself as you enter the property and encompasses the owner's love of the outdoors while striving to create a sense that this family compound has been around for generations. Boasting architectural sophistication and elegant craftsmanship, while exuding unparalleled warmth, Fieldhaven is a true labor of love.
Completed in 2013, no expense was spared during the seven year process from inception to completion. Remick Associates Architects + Master Builders worked intimately with the owners to create this exceptional English Manor-style estate and bring the design team's thoughtful vision to life. During the three year building period, 200+ master caliber workers were on site daily with the design team ensuring perfection in every detail. This labor of love created Fieldhaven, a harmonious blend of old world charm and modern lifestyle with the estate's incomparable natural surroundings.
Situated approximately 30 miles East of San Francisco, this impeccable retreat is just minutes from Danville and Walnut Creek, is serviced by Buchanan Field Airport, Livermore Municipal Airport and Oakland International Airport, and is within a comfortable commute to San Francisco or the Silicon Valley. The ability to retreat to privacy while remaining part of a true community is rare. We invite you to explore the possibilities this unprecedented estate offers.
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"No matter the feature, whether it's the outdoor cooking
pavilion, pool and slide area, or a barn-inspired great room,
there's always a harmonious blend of old-world charm with modern
"It has 21 acres, a 15-car garage, a guest house, and a fancy fountain, and everything's covered in stone. It's your very own English country estate in Alamo."
"Billionaire Lists Estate With 'Doggie Spa' For $39 Million, Proceeds Will Go To Animal Charity."
"The grounds include a wishing well, guest house, car barn and 50 wells that create a heat transfer system to heat and cool the house, the hot water and the pool."
— Wall Street Journal