Smoke was visible from the back of the residence, according to Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department officials.
“With the help of the sprinkler system, LPFD personnel were able to quickly contain the fire to the second story bedroom and exterior siding,” Deputy Chief Aaron Lacey told Patch.
Lacey said the home sustained “major water damage.”
“Large fencing, a narrow driveway, and a distant local fire hydrant made initial operations and access into the property difficult,” Lacey said.
No one was injured during the blaze. The cause of the fire is under investigation.