Home of the Day: Bay Area compound built for activity and leisure

This hilltop compound behind gates in the Northern California community of Orinda is set up for leisure and entertaining with such amenities as a billiards room, a wood-fired pizza oven, a putting green and a rock-climbing wall.

A cascading waterfall sits between the 14,200-square-foot main house, complete with a 2,100-square-foot master suite, and a carriage house built using reclaimed beams from a century-old bridge. Elsewhere on the 8.6-acre grounds is a 7,000-square-foot sports complex with underground racquetball and squash courts, a gymnasium and an indoor golf simulator.

Address: Undisclosed, Orinda, 94563

Price: Price upon request

Year built: 1990

House size: Six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, 23,422 square feet

Lot size: 8.6 acres

Features: 14,200-square-foot main house, grand foyer, formal and informal living and dining rooms, billiards room, wine cellar, pool-house, wood-fired pizza oven, carriage house, banquet room, sports complex, golf simulator, tennis court, racquetball court, squash court, bocce ball center, rock-climbing wall, swimming pool and spa,

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 94563 ZIP Code in the last 90 days was $1.49 million based on 90 sales, according to Redfin. The median list price is $1.78 million.

Agent: Mark Attarha, Lauren Holloway and Rick Merritt, Bay Sotheby’s International Realty

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