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A Local Tech Babe Shows Off Her Swoon-Worthy Sonoma Abode

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    [UPDATE: This story was originally published on March 4, 2013.]

    When one thinks of a home in wine country, traditional structures with wooden rocking chairs out on the porch might come to mind. But such is far from reality for S.F. tech couple Kate Imbach, currently head of marketing at Showyou, and Tom Conrad, CTO at Pandora. The pair's modernist marvel in Sonoma is more like a glass box (and a very impressive one at that!) placed smack-dab in the middle of rolling hills and awe-inspiring views. Trust us, she's a beaut.

    But we'll let you be the judge of that in our virtual tour of the surprising pad, led by Miss Imbach, herself. Of course, in addition to showing you around the surprising and pared-down space, we had to play dress up with the stylish, multi-tasking owner (she's a short-film director, too). Take a peek at it all, right here. Just make sure you prep yourself for a major dose of home envy. It's pretty much unavoidable.

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