Colonial home on an acre of fruit trees in Novato asks $1.8 million

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If you're willing to make the move to Novato, a couple million bucks could buy you this classic, colonial-style manse situated on more than an acre of sprawling manicured grounds blooming with fruit—think apples, oranges, peaches, plums, and apricots—hydrangeas and roses.

It's a garden sanctuary that's ready to host all your most fabulous events (hello, pool parties!), as well as a quiet escape for daily life.


The house has picture windows throughout, three fireplaces, and quirky tiling—not to mention high ceilings, large light-filled rooms, hardwood floors, and a combination of formal and informal spaces.

Multiple living and dining areas include two sitting rooms, two dining rooms, and a chef's kitchen with an island and wine storage. An office finished out the ground level which could also make for an additional bedroom.

Upstairs, five bedrooms, each with wooded views, offer soothing respite at the end of the day. Channeling a luxe mountain B&B, the master bedroom is the jewel of the home with three large windows, two walk-in closets, a fireplace, and en suite bathroom with double vanities and a jetted soaking tub.

It's all about potential here.There's even space for a wine enthusiast to have a small vineyard. Soak up some vitamin D and lounge on the shallow shelf in the newly reconditioned pool while dreaming up all the possibilities.

Location: 5 Kenilworth Ct. (Novato)

Size: 4,500 sq. ft.

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 3.5

Asking price: $1,795,000

// For more information, visit 5kenilworth.com.


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