Originally built as golf centric resort like living, Moraga Country Club has become, the resort it promised and more. Just 15 miles as the crow flies from downtown San Francisco, this protected and private enclave, now has an enviable list of homeowner options to enjoy. The championship golf course was designed by Robert Muir Graves. Today, the clubhouse is the best in the area. Amenities include tennis, pickle ball, golf amenities and the championship pool and neighborhood pools. Possibly the best is just around the corner and with construction of the new member only gym, restaurant and meeting rooms. This is going to be THE place to live.
And, the house. A 3/2, 1444 sq. foot single level home, that walks out onto the 8th tee box, 166 Cypress Point Way has been remodeled with no compromises. Windows and nano doors, Fisher Paykel appliances anchoring the kitchen with an induction stove, imported Italian ceramic 6×24 tile throughout, sound and cameras by California Calibrations, front and back yard by Landmine Design, a roof mounted Tesla solar system, and much, much more.
Add this to the best street location in the club, and the walkability to all things Moraga. Miramonte High School and JM Middle school are a quick walk. As is the downtown service area that includes grocery, pharmacy, brewery and more. The Moraga Downtown Specific plan is worth looking at as well. Approved last year, this is going to make a sea change of positivity happen. One of the gems that the previous owner belonged to, is the Moraga Farm Group. A public club farm, is just outside the club, growing as a coop amazing fruits and vegetables.
The home space is really open and airy. A nano wall opens the entire living area, connecting to a same level Trek deck. The master has a slider, that can have you into your hot tub in seconds. The back yard has several amazing plants, including a majestic maple gathering tree, several peeled bark birches, three heritage grapes, Italian artichoke plant, a six variety espaliered apple tree, old growth roses and more. There is also a private nook area off the kitchen for that morning coffee or dinner outside.
The view, goes forever into the hills near the ridgeline above Piedmont.
166 is at the end of a cul de sac, safe, and really good community of neighbors. Make it yours
Installed new 6”x24” Italian tile floors throughout
Installed new accordion “nano” door off rear of the home
Replaced windows and doors
Installed new front door
Replaced kitchen appliances including range, refrigerator, microwave and doubledishwasher with Fisher & Paykel brand
Replaced sink and faucet in kitchen
Installed new chandelier + fan in living room
Installed built-in shelves and closet organizers in all bedrooms
Newer interior doors and hardware
Replaced exterior lighting fixtures
Replaced furnace and air conditioning units
Installed new washer and dryer in laundry closet
Repaired floor joists with new 3/4” plywood
Hall closet turned into media hub
Cameras also cover house
New gas fireplace insert with remote
Media closet with rack, cameras, terminus point for all AV equipment
Built in surround sound, Dolby, Sonos and more
2nd and 3rd bedroom tvs to remain
Living room TV to remain
Installed new Trex-decking in rear and side yards
Installed new Jacuzzi hot tub
Installed new front gate and front landscape
Painted interior and front gate in 2022
Installed new Tesla solar system (owned)
Side yard has raised beds
Backyard has stone wall with “gathering tree” in raised box
Three peeling bark birches block neighbor view into yard
Three grapes were planted … Merlot, Pinot and an extinct Alameda Blush …
There is an heirloom artichoke plant along fence that produces two dozen “fruit” a year
Front landscaping has custom lighting and entry has custom recycled artist built gate