The unheard of, the exceptional and the rare have all been made customary at 6201 Crooked Stick Circle.
This Georgian masterpiece designed by Architect John Colm built with intricate detail and historical accuracy matched with every modern luxury. Surrounded on three sides by golf course within the highly exclusive Brookside Country Club (yet positioned for zero occurrences of errant golf shots), this property is affectionately referred to as Luginsland, German for “Country View”. The home was envisioned and built around a pair of 13’ estate doors, the only of their kind, hand-carved from Pyrenees Mountain Pine from c. 1650AD Spain. Other exceptional details include door hardware reclaimed from the Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago which burned in the 1900s, and rare Rosa Malaga marble only elsewhere found in the summer palace of the Sultan of Brunei.
Contemporary features such as heated floors, multi-room surround sound, built-in speakers, and a 750 bottle wine room add unparalleled luxury to this estate. Boasting five en-suite bedrooms, and four and one half bathrooms, this home has a custom hand-set, Chinese slate roof, wall to wall marble downstairs, and wall to wall Burmese Padauk hardwood floors upstairs. The home faces east, has water both in front of and behind the house, and is verified by a Feng Shui expert. Truly the unheard of, the exceptional and the rare have all been made customary at this gem of the San Joaquin Valley.