3387 Wildflower Valley Drive, Olivenhain, Encinitas
Our Listings $2,349,000
Private Olivenhain Home with Expansive Views
Located on a private Olivenhain hilltop surrounded by nature, this gorgeous 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home is ideal for entertaining with sliding glass doors from the main rooms opening out to the resort-style backyard. The spacious floor plan includes spacious formal rooms and a family room open to the gourmet kitchen, which has a large island with bar seating, a breakfast nook, stainless steel appliances, a double oven, granite counters and a Viking 6-burner stove with griddle. The dining room has picture-perfect panoramas, a fireplace, and custom-designed chandeliers. Great detailing throughout the house gives it an elegant finish with cathedral and wood beamed ceilings, tumbled travertine, and hardwood flooring. One of the bedrooms is conveniently found on the first floor, while upstairs the 3 bedrooms come with built-ins. Additionally, an office with balcony features beautiful views. A large closet, custom built-ins, jetted Roman tub, and stone shower complete the lavish master suite. Connected to the master, an additional room is ideal for a nursery, theater, or second office. Highlights of the large entertaining yard include an infinity edge pool with waterslide, fire pit and covered built-in BBQ with bar seating. Set at the end of a cul-de-sac in the gated community of Wildflower Estates in Olivenhain with easy access to walking trails and a nearby hidden park with a stream, this spectacular home is a true haven.
About Olivenhain (from Olivenhain.org)
Olivenhain (pronounced Oh-LEE-ven-hine) is one of five communities in the City of Encinitas (in San Diego County). Today, Olivenhain stretches from San Elijo Lagoon in the south, along both sides of Manchester Avenue and Rancho Santa Fe Road, out past the northern reach of Lone Jack Road. With winding two-lane roads, rail fences, and trails for horses, bicycles, and pedestrians, Olivenhain has a rural atmosphere greatly prized by residents. The “Dark Skies” policy, which limits outdoor lighting, allows us all an unparalleled view of the evening sky. In 1986, Olivenhain joined with Cardiff-by-the-Sea, Leucadia, New Encinitas, and Old Encinitas to incorporate as the City of Encinitas. But our community with the German name has an interesting history and heritage. Read on to discover more about Olivenhain past and present.
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