by Robert R. Tiernan and Team to it's original grandeur. The Protocol was salvaged from a 1918 Burlingame home.
On one of Diablo Country Clubs most Prestigious Streets
Gorgeous Natural Setting of Combined Lots. Striking architectural design is combined with fine detailing, the best of materials, exquisite craftsmanship and state of the art technology & appointments throughout.
This incomparable home was designated a "Diablo Treasure" by Diablo Historic Society. All original exterior stucco finish and Redwood bat & board exterior siding were restored where needed, to it's original state using identical materials and craftsmanship.
Custom walls and waterfalls made from hand laid River Rock
are trimmed to extend their longevity, and are lit with Halogen Lights
Graciously leads to the beautiful grounds
"San Francisco Cobble Stones" were purchased in 2006 from The Palace of Fine Arts to create this driveway
From sailing ships during 1860 - 1900, they were part of the 1916 build of The Palace of Fine Arts
Completely restored in 2007
From the late 1800's Streets of San Francisco were converted from gas to electricity in the 1920s
Fairway of Diablo Country Club
Anchored to the home and stem walls, with pilings drilled deep into soil. They are 4-12 inches thick concrete.
Identical to original. Gutters and Down-spouts are constructed of 16 gauge copper in the Original half-round style.
This "No Expense Spared" Kitchen is totally new with State of the Art Lighting & Energy Efficient Systems, but matches the spirit of the 1925 home.
With $100k hand crafted Cabinets Manufactured in Pennsylvania by an award winning Specialty Cabinet Manufacturer. Chef's Delight Marble Slab Island and Counters are all crafted in the spirit of the 1920's home.
The same Marble that would have been installed in the 1920's. Oak floors were recently installed because the old floor could not be saved.
Behind Solid Birch Doors and Coverings. All kitchen appliances are Viking, with the exception of the subzero refrigerator and the Miele Dishwasher
Completely Original with Hand Made and Specially Crafted Iron Chandeliers & Sconces, Open Beamed Redwood ceiling
It has not even been cleaned.
Not original, but the 1924 flagstones were taken from the pathway leading to the front door.
Douglas Fir French Doors with hand forged Iron Hardware.
And seamless throughout the Great Room
with Continued Sweeping Views of the 18th Fairway. Mature Landscaping & Natural Beauty. Extensive terraces are lined with cobblestone walls.
With Outdoor Fireplace and Flat Screen TV.
Continues here with 4-12 inch thick concrete and are also anchored to the home & stem walls with pilings drilled deep into the soil.
Were used in the Den & Kitchen since the originals could not be saved. They are VERY close in style to all of the original high quality windows & doors found in the rest of the home.
Attached to the Den includes all original bath fixtures, cabinets, tile floor and lights. All plumbing fixtures are 1924 "Standard".
Completely original and restored to it's original character. Original French Doors lead to patio. Master closet has been redesigned to maximize space & efficiency.
No expense was spared to create a "State of the Art" Bath Space (the old one could not be saved) with marble countertops and custom fixtures & mirrors.
Hosts brand New Claw Foot Reproduction Bathtub, two Hans Grove Showers, hand held shower sprayers, with limestone walls.
Have all original Windows, Doors & Floors. Walls have been repaired & repainted.
Is completely original and used for "sleeping" in the Summer Months by rolling out the beds through the French Doors. The windows on the East are "removable" since the windows were only used during Winter Months.
Host Built In Ironing Boards & Irons
The "standard sink" is original, as is the Standard Claw foot tub. However, a new, 1919 tub had to be found to match the Standard sink and was located in Berkeley, purchased and installed.
Also located on the second floor, has original windows, doors and floors. Walls have been repaired and repainted.
Located outside the Kitchen doors is completely private and perfect for relaxing.
Located on the Northwest side of the Great Room.
Of the style, design and magnificence of the main home.
Stone fireplace, oak floors and redwood beams.
Of the original home was reborn in every detail.
Includes 1920 Claw Foot Tub tiles and "Standard" sink
Has plenty of room for recreation between the homes.
Of the adjacent Golf Course
To the Diablo Country Club Swimming Pool Facilities
To The Diablo Country Club Clubhouse and Ammenities
Established in 1914
Main pool is a six-lane, 25-yard salt water pool kept at a temperature between 78-82 degrees
Perfect for Enthusiasts of every level.
Near Diablo's 9th Hole Snack Shack