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SERRANO COUNTRY CLUB


Above All, BY FRANK LAROSA


For more than fi fteen years, Serrano Country Club has delivered the best of nature and friendship not only to its golf members but to each of the residents who live comfortably in the El Dorado County close-knit neighborhood.


Early on, Serrano’s developers pledged to make every effort to respect and enhance the natural beauty of the foothills setting—creating a place for families to live their lives and enjoy all the bounty the area offers. “El Dorado County is a very special


place to live,” said 10-year Serrano member and real estate broker, Steve


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Ferry. “Our natural beauty is unparal- leled and includes the dramatic Ameri- can River, striking foothill vistas, and much more. Most people don’t know that the stunning Lake Tahoe is also in El Dorado County.” Ferry, a Bay Area transplant, is ecstatic when describing his current Serrano lifestyle. “There is so much more opportu-


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