If you seek a home different from the ranch-style architecture prevalent in Orinda, this European classic is for you. 58 Camino del Diablo was built by the deLaveaga family, the principal owners and settlers of what is now Orinda. Italian craftsmen built the three-story chalet in a style prevalent in the Alps. The current owner remodeled the home in 2006 using specialists in restoring historically significant buildings. A stone driveway directs visitors past mature oak trees and gardens to the 14-room chalet (3795 square feet, 3 BR, 3.5 BA) on a .79-acre promontory. A large deck offers an outdoor entertainment venue overlooking Orinda Country Club, Briones Reservoir and Mount Diablo. Inside, the grand formal living room features a marble bar, high ceilings, and a massive wood-burning fireplace. Across the patio, a well-appointed guest house (805 square feet, 1 BR, 1.5 BA) complements the main home’s architecture. This exceptional property embodies Orinda history.