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Imagine the transformative experience of setting foot on an idyllic Mediterranean-inspired property that is beyond anything you’ve ever dreamt of. A space that respects the need for absolute privacy and offers the serenity that comes with 360-degree views of the most breathtaking elements of nature from every room on the property while providing flexibility to accommodate large gatherings. The ideal space to retreat with access to most luxurious custom amenities imported straight from Europe with comfort and distinctive taste in mind. This was a concept born in the 1950’s by a true visionary who had absolute reverence for nature, perspective, engineering, and love for his native country. Hacienda Giannini was born through the collaboration of the highest authorities in design and planning during the mid-century modern era, and the result is a truly personal, thoughtfully designed European paradise that will transport and inspire you. Upon entering the double gates of this estate, there is a gradual ascension that leads you to the pinnacle of the pad elevation that sits three-levels high, immediately exposing the notable green sea of a 330-olive tree orchard that shields the property from the rest of the world. The height of the pad also provides majestic views of the Santa Rosa, San Jacinto and San Bernardino Mountains from every room in the Main Villa. The entire property is surrounded, up close and personal with a large variety of signature desert flora such as Date and Bermuda Palms and mature citrus trees, and the added bonus of a rare five arm saguaro. A true display of visual splendor. This 9.25-acre ranch is home to the Main Villa, Guest Casita and Ranch House which offer different layouts yet are designed to flow seamlessly throughout the property. Much like in Europe, their exteriors display a carefully selected marmorino plaster shade of terracotta to show the progressive shift in color shades based on the time of day and where the Valley’s sun reflects against it. The inspiration and vision behind these collective properties was the harmonious convergence of two distinct styles, European Hacienda and Mid-Century Modern, which elevates the overall look and feel of each space.