Situated in a quiet hillside neighborhood, walking distance from renowned Stanford University, 770 Santa Ynez St. features a distinctive soft blue exterior with darker-toned timbering in the gables, designed by influential architect Birge Clark in 1924. Spanning two stories with a basement and cottage across a 26,572-square-foot lot, this beautiful Tudor-style house has lush gardens and expansive lawns surrounding it.

Through the model, one can explore the impressive entry hall and wide-open balcony views of the Stanford foothills. The living room is a true masterpiece with panoramic views, limestone fireplace with redwood mantel, and naturally stained wood wainscot and trim. Even the separate dining and kitchen rooms lead out to a balcony overlooking the grounds. Upon selecting the upper floor on the model, one can explore through the four bedrooms, two bathrooms, den and a fourth balcony. Further explorations reveal a basement-level bedroom and bath, and a cottage with upper-level bedrooms and lower-level living room, kitchen and bath that could function as a separate residence for guests or in-laws.

For more details on this incredible property, explore the 3-D model, photography and virtual tour or contact on Twitter @alexwang.

Sarah Staatz is the VP of client relations at InsideMaps. You can follow her on Twitter (@StaatzStyle) or LinkedIn.

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