Bay Area lifestyle magazine, “7×7,” has featured the home that has served as muse to New York Times bestselling writer Ellen Sussman. Ms. Sussman is moving to Sebastapol,
7×7 calls the Los Alto Hills home “idyllic.” Check out the article through this link.
The $5.5 million home was created for and by aspiring writers, woodworkers and jewelers to serve as a writers’ paradise.
The beautiful 3BR/2.5BA 3,285 SF home on half acre includes workshop, guest house, and wine room.
Once part of the Hills Brothers estate, this charming home has evolved from what was originally a greenhouse and cottage into a three bedroom jewel box with a unique blend of intimate and public spaces.
Ms. Sussman is the author of four national bestselling novels: A Wedding in Provence, The Paradise Guest House, French Lessons and On a Night Like This.