- Address6201 Crooked Stick Circle
- Stockton, California 95219-1850
- Full Baths3
- Total Baths5
- Partial Baths2
Feng Shui has been considered in this classic style home with a front door the opens almost perfectly due east.
The footprints large .38 acre lot has been carefully architectured to utilize the open space of the golf course with a sand trap warning golfers - no balls here!
In California's Central Valley Mediterranean climates with a quick helicopter or car ride to the Greater Bay Area.
Designed so there are no neighbors on three sides for spectacular panoramic views from the many windows that grace the home.
The Georgian style, identified by its symmetrical composition and formal, classical details, was the most prevalent style in the English colonies throughout the 18th century. It was the first architect-inspired style in America, a distinct departure from the more utilitarian, earlier buildings that followed prevailing folk traditions. Limestone balustrades, quoins and decking from Haddonstone in England finish the details of the home.
English master architects Inigo Jones, Christopher Wren and James Gibbs, inspired by the classicism of the Italian Renaissance developed the Georgian style in England. As the style spread to the colonies, it reflected a period of colonial growth and prosperity and a desire for more formally designed buildings. The slate roof on this home was installed by a 5th generation German Roofer. The driveway and patio are tumbled travertine.
The front door pediment is hand carved in limestone from Zhen Jianghe – Master Carver of China. Italian exterior light fixtures and copper gutters and downspouts.
The front door is hand carved circa 1650’s is old growth high elevation pine from the Pyrenees.
Five antique solid old pine wooden sets of doors from an estate near Valencia Spain circa 1740’s. Fanciful Beasty old bronze doorknobs.
Escutcheons and glass doorknobs throughout from Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago which burned down in 1906.
Solid plaster ceiling roundels, architectural cornicing and pediments manufactured by a Chicago company famous for outfitting all the Fox Theaters across the country.
Solid wood moldings for baseboards, door and window surrounds as well as solid wood raised panel doors.
Rosa Malaga Marble floors from Ipoh, Malaysia in library, foyer and dining room whose original destination was the summer palace of Sultan of Brunei.
Formal Dining room with built-in cabinetry and a Granite Buffet.
Two masonry/brick masonry chimneys wood burning fireplaces the Family room is Travertine the Library is cast limestone – a reproduction of a famous fireplace in Burgundy a Rumsford Design from England.
Custom made wood shutters and blinds throughout. Semling Menke (SEMKO) windows solid wood interiors and aluminum clad exteriors.
In the sunroom next to the family room the is floor Semi-precious Formosa Serpentine stone.
Box beam ceilings in foyer and kitchen and solid cherry cabinets in kitchen.
Brazilian slab granite kitchen counters. Wine Room and Butler’s bar with granite counter.
There is also a downstairs en suite bedroom that can double as office, mother-in-law, or au pair with separate entry. This is the attached bathroom suite.
Burmese Padauk wood flooring reported to be one of the 5 hardest woods in the world – imported from Burma and installed by wood crafters from Romania. English library paneling on stairwell. Laundry is upstairs.
Guest rooms are en suite.
Master Suite includes walk-in closets, dressing rooms, reading room and fireplace.