Hexagonal living with multiple indoor/outdoor spaces, open kitchen area onto living areas with a woodstove. Winding staircase up to the living room "nest" with view windows along the hexagon.
A great combination of light, abundant windows, and hexagon shape makes the home a wonderful space to enjoy life.
Tucked away down a private driveway set among the trees, the home makes you feel as if "you're in your own little world".
The home also has expansive decking, fenced in yard garden areas.
Nicely Updated Master Suite with updated bathroom and private deck.
Large parking area with a 50 amp charging station.
Indoor laundry room.
This lot is in the shape of a circle!
About Circle Oaks:
April,1964 Napa County gives Preliminary Approval
July,1964 Approval to begin construction of roads, water and sewers
Summer,1964 Begin land "clearing & grubing"
Dec.,1964 The original Articles of Incorporation for "The Circle Oaks Homes Association"
1964-1969 Area development including land sculpting, roads and water system
July, 1965 The first house is built on what will be called Ridgecrest Drive.
March, 1968 Federal 501(c)(4) non-profit status for "The Circle Oaks Homes Association"
August, 1969 Napa County hires "Crosby & Associates" to perform a geological survey at the lot level.
January, 1972 Napa County accepts the Circle Oaks road system as County roads and accepts maintenance
June, 1984 ByLaws of the "The Circle Oaks Homes Association"
October,1990 CC&Rs of the "The Circle Oaks Homes Association"
From the earliest approved lot plans, parcels were always defined as circles - as opposed to neatly carved rectangles cheek-by-jowl along the roadways. This has allowed owners to take best advantage of their individual lots, and many Circle Oaks Homes have been arranged to enjoy wonderful views.
All of the parcels are circles and the neighborhood is located in a verdant oak woodland - hence the name "Circle Oaks".
None of the circles touch each other, and none of them abuts the County roadways. All of the intervening space is owned and managed by the Homeowner Association.
Due to its placement in the "Wildland-Urban Interface", the association has had an active fire safety program since 2000. The program continues to this day with more than half of its annual dues going to fire safety.