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Serene Monte Sereno Acre

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Serene and private one acre parcel, nestled in a prime Monte Sereno location. Stunning architecture with 24 foot vaulted, open beamed, tongue and groove ceilings in the main living rooms and floor to ceiling windows to the yard. An entryway with an open framed staircase is surrounded by an atrium. The upstairs catwalk hallway opens to both the entryway and the living room below.

1.07 mostly flat parcel

Flag lot off a private drive

5 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths

3,594 sq ft

Originally built in 1977

5-car garage: 3 attached and a separate 2-car tandem carriage house

Lifetime Presidential TL roof + radiant barrier (2017)

Beautifully attended gardens with varying walkways and features throughout the property

Spring at 18112 Daves Ave

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Tracy Pina

Coldwell Banker Realty

Broker Associate / Realtor®

President's Circle

DRE# 01401384

408.460.0861 office


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18112 Daves Avenue

Incorporated in 1957, Monte Sereno is an entirely residential community. The city of 3,341 is located between Los Gatos and Saratoga at the base of the Santa Cruz Mountains and is easily accessible from state Routes 85 and 17. Monte Sereno is an affluent suburb, with a median household income of $154,000, according to United States Census Bureau data. The city operates no parks, instead contributing those funds to Saratoga and Los Gatos. In exchange, Monte Sereno residents may reserve space at those cities’ parks. Monte Sereno made national headlines in 2004 when a dispute broke out between two neighbors over a $150,000 Christmas display that attracted large numbers of vehicles to a quiet cul-de-sac. The City Council subsequently approved an ordinance requiring permits for such displays, prompting one neighbor to erect a 10-foot singing Grinch in front of his home.