As one of the most unique houses in the Bay area, this 1937 Bavarian Tudor is on the rental market for the first time. Built by Charles Fey, the inventor of the slot machine, this 4 bedroom 3 and a half bath newly renovated home set on .8 acres, has 3 car parking, swimming pool, multiple gardens and a 40 foot waterfall. Also included is your own private mountain with two wine caves connected by 2 secret flights of stairs that runs thru the mountain terminating on a mountain top patio with panoramic canyon and Bay views. This architectural gem reveals old world construction at its best with wood paneled walls, large timber posts and high ceilings. Renting the other house on the lot--a stand alone studio apartment with a two car garage--is possible for $3200/month since they are separately metered and have different addresses. This is an unfurnished property.


Rent $11800
Bed/Bath 4 / 3
Type
Parking
View
Fireplace
Laundry

MLS ID 81808418 Listing provided by: Jeffrey Katz (Jeffrey Katz,Broker)


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