There might be few things in the world sweeter and more decadent than a piece of Ghirardelli chocolate, but this estate comes pretty close.
This Piedmont, California mansion was built in the 1900s for the royal family of chocolate, the Ghirardelli family, and it's clear to see that it's a palace fit for a king.
High and intricately designed box beamed ceilings guide you through the 7-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom home.
The mansion boasts ethereal gardens with different areas for outdoor seating, a stone fountain surrounded by columns, and plenty of space for entertaining.
A grand, dark wood foyer brings you up a matching master staircase, looking like something that belongs in the grand hall of an old boating clubhouse.
Sliding French doors on the second floor will lead you to a deck that offers you a view of San Fransisco and the bay that truly cannot be beat.
Take a look at this beautiful home below:
The rooms are vast and flow seamlessly into one another, emulating an open floor plan.
Gorgeous and expansive windows in every room make each room appear even more massive, including the kitchen with a center-granite island and crisp all-white finishings.
The estate is on the market for $5.3M.
Free chocolate bars for life are sadly not included in the price.
Now, check out this Hawaiian paradise with its own waterfall and mountain views:
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