One of the first modern farmhouses to be built in Sycamore Park by the master of the genre, celebrated local architect, Kelly Haegglund. With the storybook facade, picket fencing, standing seam metal roof and welcoming front porch this property is the very definition of curb appeal. Nobody does this style better than Kelly and 63 Hilarita combines great architecture with flawless design details, an open floor plan as well as indoor/outdoor flow and a spacious backyard. The living room has tall ceilings, lots of natural light and a cozy, Venetian plaster fireplace. The gourmet kitchen has a comfy breakfast nook, sleek oversized island, and Silestone countertops. Throughout the house the walls are covered in shiplap wood siding creating a modern but warm atmosphere. The dining area is framed by a series of windows looking out to the backyard and Mt. Tam. The seamless flow from the kitchen to the large back deck and big flat lawn is ideal. The backyard has a private, parklike setting for kids to play and adults to entertain and relax. Upstairs there are 4 bedrooms including the primary suite with a luxurious bathroom and views of Tam. Each guest bedroom has tall, pitched ceilings and a convenient sink and mirror in the closet for the kids. There is also a laundry room on this floor and a fun loft space for a game of hide and seek. On the lower level is a spacious family/media room for movie night. Every detail in this home is intentional and every fixture has been curated to achieve a balance of style and comfort. 63 Hilarita is the ultimate modern farmhouse dream home in Sycamore Park and while it looks like a magazine cover, it lives like a great family home.