Casa Pacifica is a magnificent house located between Philadelphia's Main Line and Radnor Hunt. Extraordinary design, exceptional quality of finishes and extremely solid construction are the hallmarks of the property. The Spanish tile roof and stucco exterior walls are reminiscent of Mediterranean and Latin America architecture. Each of the three owners has added high quality elements and finishes. The end result is a harmonious, yet complex house to be enjoyed in many areas. The extraordinarily solid and well installed construction is engineered to withstand any large tremor. The V-shaped plan is deceptively simple - the rooms are set along the north side of a wide hallway paved with German polished, natural-cut limestone floors. The south side has large windows overlooking the bluestone terrace, gardens and lawn through which light permeates the interior rooms. Casa Pacifica is set on 4.42 acres at the top of the hill affording views of lawn and trees in the distance. The living area of the house is just over 12,000 square feet. The house is organized into four functional areas: entertaining; dining and cooking; private family quarters and a pool pavilion. The entertaining spaces may accommodate very large groups; yet each room is so well proportioned a family may comfortably enjoy each space for themselves. A beautiful marble fireplace is the focal point of the Living Room. A ceiling high stone fireplace anchors one of two seating areas in the Family Room, complete with a full bar. A grand piano set in the corner of the Music Room has walls of windows to enjoy the views while listening to a performance. The Rathskeller with its corner stove identifies the European roots of the first owner. A magnificent, completely remodeled kitchen is the hub of the house, which is designed for family dining or catering for large events. Antique French terracotta tiles cover the floors meeting floor to ceiling tiles set in beige, terracotta and blue and yellow tiles. Granite counters cover the food preparation area set with a Thermador gas stove, farmhouse sink and Bosch dishwasher. A comfortable sitting area with a large television screen is placed in the center. To one end is an informal dining area and at the other end is a bar sink and storage cabinets. In addition, there is a very large pantry area for china storage and another room for a Commercial Sub-Zero refrigerator. The private quarters are at the end of the hallway. Beautifully tiled bathrooms are found in all six bedrooms. The master suite has a bedroom and sitting area overlooking the lawn; his and her bathrooms and separate walk-in closets, as well as a private outdoor terrace. The surprise behind the mahogany doors at the end of the hallway is the magnificent indoor pool pavilion inspired by the pool at the Ritz in Paris. Although the columns along the pool echo the Ritz plan, Casa Pacifica's differs because it is above ground and light filled. Installed by the second owners the 4,000 square foot plan has wonderful proportions and is beautifully tiled. Amenities include a sauna with tiled cold plunge pool; a foot bath, a walk-in shower and two dressing rooms each with a full-bathroom. There is a complete kitchen is near the entrance foyer and an informal sitting room near the dining alcove at the end of the pool. Drive from the gates to the hilltop; enter a wrought iron grilled front door and reception area to discover an incredible house.