New plans have been filed for a single-family home at 6069 Skyline Boulevard in the Oakland Hills, Alameda County. Peter David Gilbert Architects is responsible for the design, with an Orinda-based resident as the property owner.
The four-story structure will yield 4,600 square feet. There will be four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and an enclosed two-car garage. The property spans 0.4 acres on the downslope from Skyline Bouvard.
The building will be capped with the garage and driveway on the top floor. Below that will be the living room, dining area, and outdoor deck. The second floor will include all four primary bedrooms and, below that, the guest floor.
The property will offer a commanding view over Highway 24 by the Caldecott Tunnel entrance from the Alameda County urban area to the San Francisco Peninsula and the Marin Headlands.
An estimated timeline for construction and development has not yet been established.
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