Hacienda de Endar 35438 De Portola Road, Temecula, CA
This forty acre California Spanish compound is nestled in the heart of the Temecula wine country and, built in the grand style of old Hollywood, originally built for Jack Klugman of the Odd Couple.
The main residence is an ample 8,902 sq ft and includes 5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms and generously proportioned entertaining spaces. The first steps into the entry demonstrate the home’s spaciousness with the stunning curved grand staircase and open second floor. Ceilings are vaulted and open beamed, visually expanding the space even further.
Whether it’s indoor or outdoor entertaining, this estate provides abundant areas for relaxation, dining and enjoyment. Inside offers a game room and bar and formal dining rooms. Outdoor amenities include a five-hole golf course, pool and cabana, lighted tennis court, outdoor grill and kitchenette and of course the sprawling manicured grounds and paddocks for leisurely strolls and horse rides in the two huge riding arenas.
This ranch’s countless Spanish-inspired features and koi pond with fountain draw you through mature, sprawling manicured grounds. While the hand-carved doors, and open-beamed, vaulted ceilings will leave you in awe, beautiful wood-burning fireplaces throughout the main home will keep you cozy. A grand master retreat is appointed with numerous luxurious amenities that include a fireplace, steam shower, his & hers closets and two balconies overlooking the spectacular grounds.
Additionally, this estate offers numerous facilities for multiple purposes. The compound includes a vet clinic, four guest houses plus a manager’s house, excellent horse facilities with an 18-stall barn, an additional 14-stall barn, an 8 stall mare motel, two huge riding areas, paddocks with shelters, irrigated pastures, RV barn, hay barn, fueling stated and storage areas. This property has immense, flexible potential as a winery, thoroughbred breeding and training facility or an abundant private estate.
Living in Temecula:
With a modern history dating back to 1797, Temecula is a city of story, style and drama. The name comes from the Luiseño Native American word, “Temecunga,” meaning “where the sun breaks through the mist.” Temecula is now known for its championship golf courses and award-winning wineries nestled in 3,000 acres of picturesque wine country. The Old Town district blends history with quaint modernism, and offers ideal shopping and first-class dining experiences with hundreds of unique boutiques, the updated Promenade Mall, antique dealers and restaurants for every palate. Many special events including car shows, a semi-annual Rod Run, Western Days, summer weekend performances and an annual Balloon & Wine Festival make living in Temecula a true pleasure.