Take a Peek Inside the Valdecamp Manor
What do you get when you combine artistry, architecture, and a very thorough attention to detail? The Valdecamp Manor is nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac in Newhall’s Happy Valley. This estate boasts sophistication and elegance with 4 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. With a European design the Valdecamp Manor has turned into the ideal events destination perfect for almost any occasion.
Gated, private, and very exclusive this property was built to impress. Going up the long driveway you take a walk into your very own world that seems like something out of a fairytale with the bronze sculptures and fountains found throughout the property. Your eye is caught by the vintage lighting, casement windows and brick walkway that leads to the original vintage brick-laid porch. From the porch, you can see the quaint, secret garden peeking from behind the stately, mature oak tree that has been wrapped in custom lights.
Entering through the front door you are met with awe. The current owners spared no expense when designing and furnishing the entire place. On either side as you walk through the front door, you find rooms with antiques, oil paintings, beamed ceilings, chandeliers, French furniture that gives comfort with a high-class feel and a grand piano for some after dinner entertainment.
Further into the home you find paneled windows that allow for a bright and open concept, yet cozy and welcoming. Rich earth tones and modest pops of color make up the aesthetic appeal of the home. The main floor was made for entertaining with several seating areas, an expansive dining table, and huge game room that is equipped with a pool table and bar area. The first floor also contains a bedroom that is spacious and perfect for guest. The owners utilized antiques to furnish and decorate the room so it feels as if you are taking a step back to a simpler time period. The room can be easily transformed to quaint and cozy whiskey tasting room. Past the dining table and guest room, is the open concept kitchen, which was made for a master chef. Here your caterers, chef’s table, etc. can be the topic of discussion amongst your guest.
As you move upstairs you see the custom portraits of close family members and original stained glass windows. The upstairs consists of three bedrooms; the master bedroom with en-suite living area and a very sizeable bedroom with its own bathroom and giant closet.
The sizeable bedroom is perfect for a special guest or changing room for a special event! With an attached private dressing room and en-suite, it is the perfect complement to your special event.
Going into the master suite is your very own escape from realty. With a lounge area that is full of built-in book shelves and comfortable, lounge chairs; you can spend hours sitting there getting lost in books. This area has been detailed down to the accents around the recessed lights. The master bedroom will have you feeling like royalty with the king-sized four pillar bed, and mahogany furniture. This room has its own custom fireplace and enough space in the bathroom for the entire wedding party. Here you have separate walk-in closets and vanities making getting ready just that much easier. What makes the master suite even more special is not the wood flooring or the very meticulous attention to detail, it is not the big windows that allow the room to be bright and inviting but the secret room behind the floor length mirror. This room leads straight out to the side of the house which is perfect for a home office or security room.
The garden immediately outside, takes you to a secluded oasis perfect for summertime gatherings or some much needed rest and relaxation after a long day’s work. Here you will find a sparkling pool, gazebo-covered spa, cozy secret garden spaces, bistro lights, custom lights wrapped around the stately trees and the and brick-laid patio areas for outdoor dinner parties, wedding receptions and more.
photos by Josh Premako & Shelden Botler
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