12144 Citta Vista Sutter Creek CA 95685

Welcome to 12144 Citta Vista. A modern built home with styling and architecture set in the late 1800's. Located just a short drive from downtown Sutter Creek, wineries, restaurants, and recreational areas.

The entry driveway is lined with fifty productive olive trees waiting to be picked in the early fall.

You might notice the custom concrete eyebrow pediments over the windows as you make your may up the granite stepped porch.

Entering you notice the three layers of crown moulding and original era gas lights converted to electricity. Flooring throughout the house is three quarter inch vertical grain fir. Cast iron radiators use hot water to heat the house. You also notice the antique walnut newel post and balusters. The anaglypta wallpaper has hand painted gold leaves.

The living room features period curtains with a marble mantle gas fireplace, topped with a gold leaf mirror.

The office features period curtains with an antique oak mantle, and vertical grain oak wainscoting.

In the dining room you will find painted wainscoting with victorian era wallpaper and curtains. The window cornices are walnut with a columbian head.

The kitchen features custom cabinets with wood countertops.

It also features a wood burning stove and a Wolf stovetop.

The upstairs has three bedrooms with walls featuring two layers of crown moulding.

Each upstairs bedroom has its own bathroom for ultimate convenience and privacy.

Up in the cupola the view is amazing with forty miles of visibility. The cupola has interior and exterior sleeping options.

The basement features a granite rock wine cellar, a locally sourced bank safe, antique pool table, and an oak vertical grain shuffle board.

Up the granite exterior basement stairs, you find the grotto used for processing olives or for storage. The grotto is also plumbed with a bathroom.

The poolhouse features a full kitchen with concrete countertops, a half bath, and coffered ceilings.

The custom built, rock lined pool has a variable speed six foot waterfall with a beautiful view of Sutter Creek.

The spacious garage features wood planked ceiling and concrete walls.

Welcome home!

A home that is filled with lots of history...

When we decided to build, we traveled to different states to get ideas. While in Cape May, New Jersey we found metal eyebrow pediments at the salvage yard. We had them shipped home and had a local artist (Thomas Baugh) duplicate them in concrete.
The gate was half buried in a local families yard. The story was that the father was giving the gate from a local bank in appreciation for his work when he retired. It was in the banks vault when they remodeled in 1940-1950. The safe door came from the Keystone Mine headquarters in Amador City pre 1880.
The rosewood, walnut, oak antique pool table was made in San Francisco by August Jungblut Co.