Understated, restorative and elegant, this acclaimed wine country residence is both beautiful and architecturally significant. The romance and sophistication of Los Olivos and Santa Ynez is celebrated by architect Frederick Fisher, AIA. The design is timeless and visionary. Peacefully sited on 19 acres, this world-class residence enjoys privacy and seclusion, still located just minutes from all conveniences, including the nearby airport, Santa Barbara, and the Central Coast. Winner of the 2007 AIA Design Merit Award and featured in Architectural Digest, Wall Street Journal and Interior Design magazine, this home was designed as a work of art yet remains completely livable and luxurious.The building is organized into 3 separate pavilions, for living, sleeping and working, and wraps around a central open-air courtyard. Vast expanses of glass walls and pocket doors fill the residence with natural light and peaceful, emotional undertones. The exterior is outfitted with COR-TEN steel cladding, which naturally oxidizes into rich colors and is utilized to enhance the interplay of transparency with surroundings, letting nature be an integral part of the living experience. The play of light and steel captivates your senses, creating a warm, welcoming and inviting feeling, with magnificent views of the valley and surrounding mountain ranges ... an experience you must see to believe!
Discover the luxury of secluded sophistication and architectural excellence in this one-in-a-lifetime home.
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