$6.9-Million-Fair Oaks Home Makes Sac History
Sacramento real estate is becoming a multi-million-dollar market. In fact, the recent listing of $6.9-million-home in Fair Oaks further elevated its stance among luxury markets. The home, listed by Lyon Real Estate’s Tom Phillips and Gayla Mace, is the most expensive home to ever hit the market in Sacramento County.
The sprawling estate embodies Southern California flavor nestled in a secluded Northern California enclave. The 12,663-square-foot home boasts six bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, on-site apartment (ideal for staff), study, great room, full bar, 5,000-bottle wine cellar, and state-of-the-art kitchen with four refrigerators and two ovens.
Inspired by Southern California missions and architecture (an element the seller specifically had incorporated into the design), the home features large airy rooms, strong wood accents, and large floor tiles.
The palatial estate sits on 8.2 acres of park-like landscaped yards and patios designed for endless entertaining. The grounds also include a tennis court, an urban chic pool and pool house, and magnificent views of the American River Parkway.
While one of the most spectacular homes on the Sacramento market, its most desirable selling points may be its grandeur combined with a comforting California allure.
“The key to the property is that no one knows you’re here,” Gayla said of its seclusion and privacy.
The home is sure to garner considerable interest, due to its proximity to the state’s capitol, Sacramento’s metropolitan offerings, and Northern California recreational activities and nearby getaways.