4397 2nd StPleasanton, California, 94566
This is a one of a kind historic beauty that cannot be duplicated. It was built for the late Pleasanton pioneer Arendt family around 1890 and was featured in the 1903 silent film Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. Sitting on two city lots, this majestic Colonial Revival home is only three blocks from the quaint downtown Main Street and a short distance to the 680 on-ramps. Updated in the late 1970's, it features 12ft ceilings, three 8 ft pocket doors to add privacy for adjoining rooms, up & downstairs fireplaces, original stain glass windows and doors including skeleton key locks. It has a full basement with interior and exterior entry, a laundry chute and original early 1900's intercom. The 0.28 acres of land includes 8 majestic palm trees, a full yard encompassing the entire corner lot, 3 desirable porches including one side and two wrap around plus a patio leading down to the backyard pool oasis. The cabana includes a wet bar, toilet and outdoor shower.