Idyllic, serene, tranquil . . . these terms and more describe this hidden Shangr-ia in one of the Peninsula's most exclusive neighborhoods. Towering redwoods, majestic oaks and fruit trees loaded with their summer bounty dot the one acre, gently sloping lot. A creek, running even during the summer this year, bounds the entire back yard of the property, and the setback from the road creates a private oasis in front. Deer are among the most numerous wildlife visitors, along with rabbits, squirrels, foxes, wild turkeys and more. The four bedroom, two bath house was originally built in 1950, with additions and remodeling starting in 1971. Some of those include a step down master bedroom and family room, both with deck access through sliding, dual pane glass doors; a master bath with both a shower and bathtub, with one of two sinks and vanities outside of the bathroom door; a guest bathroom with hand thrown ceramic sink, garden window and stall shower with custom tile; hardwood floors in the open beam, bay window - lit living room, as well as in the foyer, hall and two bedrooms. There are dual pane windows throughout, skylights in the kitchen and master bath, central heat with two gas heaters; a gas stove and water heater, ample closet and overhead storage; a paved driveway with parking for six or more vehicles; a larger out building, last used as a horse stall with attached tack room, featuring a roof less than four years old; and a very large, fenced, gated and drip-irrigated fruit and vegetable garden, situated toward the rear of the property. There's a front lawn surrounded by shade trees, a concrete aggregate walkway/front patio; mature ornamental shrubs and landscaping, and outdoor lighting on all sides of the property. A home listed for over $40M is across the street, and the house next door sold in November 2022 for over $7M. The last time this house was on the market was nearly 60 years ago, testament to the desirability of this location. Seller is a licensed, practicing real estate agent.