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Dreamy Spanish-style in Hillsborough asks $4.6

Circa-1926 charmer comes with archways galore

Photos courtesy of Pacific Union

It isn’t often the Bay Area sees these types of Spanish-style abodes, ones often found within the tony enclaves of Los Angeles. But over in Hillsborough, a circa-1926 home, christened Casa de la Colina, lands on the market asking a cool $4,600,000.

Featuring four beds, four and a half baths, 4,706 square feet, 1005 Vista Road comes with a step-down living room with twelve-foot ceilings and gorgeous exposed beams, an original plaster fireplace, and double French doors.

Highlights include archways (inside and out) and a garden boasting such flora as old-vine olive trees, palms, agaves, and succulents. The perfect paring for this Spanish-style home.