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Chuck Sawday’s Stone School House Take SF Chronicle Real Estate Cover

Former schoolhouse and designer hideout available for $1.519 million in Napa

Every home has a story to tell. Some are simply more intriguing than others.

In the case of Napa’s 4495 Redwood Road, the home was originally a schoolhouse, then the hideout for the designer of San Francisco’s pyramid building.

The ruddy stone walls forming the two-story construction are more than a century old. Masonry also makes its presence known inside, most notably in the master suite’s accent wall and the stone archway bordering the kitchen.

“Rough-faced and golden-toned stone surround tall squared windows that look out upon the landscape in this rustic and romantic one-of-a-kind property,” said Teresa Davis of Pacific Union Real Estate, who is co-listing the home with Chuck Sawday for $1.519 million.

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