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Diamond Bar-Walnut's Priciest Homes: 2682 Shadow Canyon Road

Every week, we feature one of the most expensive homes on the real estate market in Diamond Bar or Walnut.

One of the priciest homes in Diamond Bar this week is on the market with a listing price of $3.49 million.

The 6,900-square-foot house in the gated The Country development features six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, according to the listing.

The English Tudor-style home includes a private lighted tennis court, swimming pool, and a Japanese gardent with a waterfall, bridge, gazebo, and pond. Furniture is included with the sale, according to the listing.

Other features include a theater, sauna room, and a library.

The property, with a recently reduced price, has been on the market for 372 days as of Monday, according to the listing.

For more information and pictures on the home, view the listing on AOL Real Estate.  

This is article is part of an ongoing series profiling some of the most expensive properties in Diamond Bar and Walnut as determined by AOL Real Estate. Want to be notified every time we post a new article in this series? Click the "Keep me posted" button in the box below.

pamylla February 19, 2013 at 04:37 PM
The front has little appeal, in my opinion. And no photos of the interior? Lotsa luck selling a home at THAT price!
Michael February 20, 2013 at 02:33 AM
I know, that front looks like "welcome to Jiffy-Lube, please visit the Golden Corral on the second floor." That's English Tudor? Those dormers look out of place. Plus, the garage on the lower floor means you always have to walk up stairs every time you park- big mistake. This wacky design is probably why it won't sell. I guess some people have a lot more money than taste.
Vito Spago February 20, 2013 at 05:15 AM
Many houses in the Country have terrible layout. They were built in the late 70s during a RE bubble. Builders went nuts with max square footage being the norm. There were stairways to no where and bizarre housing layouts. Many of these houses are examples of how not to lay out a house.
joebanana February 24, 2013 at 08:07 PM
$25,000 worth of lumber and concrete, $50,000 in labor, selling price $3.5 mil. Such a deal. Are people friggin insane? My parents bought their house in '68 for $22k, it's estimated value now is $325k. Total cost to build, $6k in '67. 50 years from now, people will have to make a minimum of $150/hr. to be able to afford to live here. With all the employment opportunities, and Ca. government driving business out, I don't see it happening.
Vito Spago March 13, 2013 at 01:54 AM
They finally gave up and took this overpriced turkey off the market. No suckers took the bait.

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