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Dutch Colonial-style home in Piedmont asks $3.89 million

Comes with library and garden

Photos courtesy of Anian Pettit Tunney at the Grubb Co.

Up in the top-shelf hills of Piedmont—the Saint Francis Wood of the East Bay, if you will—sits this downright adorable take on Dutch Colonia style. And it can be yours provided you have several million lying around.

Featuring seven beds, six baths, and 5,463 square feet, 360 Mountain Avenue comes with a formal dining room, a library, and a sun porch. Delightful. While the adorable abode still boasts some of its original circa-1914 details (e.g., crown molding, built-ins), it has been gently renovated over the years to keep in line with contemporary tastes.

The biggest selling points, of course, are the staircase with landing and the quasi gambrel-ish roof.

Asking is $3,895,000.