This magnificent California Lodge style residence designed by Architect Jeremiah Eck and completed in 2004 is sited on 13.43 bucolic acres once known as the Cabot Estate. As envisioned by Eck, the residence is a big house that is both functional and beautiful; it excels as both family living space and a grand entertaining venue. Eck's design emphasizes masterful craftsmanship and high-quality natural materials - quartzitic sandstone, green slate, bluestone, Honduran mahogany, and red oak. The result is a magnificent home with large rooms, tall ceilings, and openness to the outdoors. The home has seven bedrooms, seven full and six half-baths, a four-car garage, home theater, wine room, gym, pool and pool house. There is flexibility for the property to be further developed. A guest house or additional houses can be built on the property.