This family retreat sits on a coastal bluff with a panoramic view of rugged Point Lobos. The low profile of the structure maintains unobstructed views for the neighbors. By placing the garage below grade, a front yard is created on top of its roof. The central great room is the heart of the home: where living, dining, and entertaining happen in one sheltered space. The great room opens onto the garden terrace and the rocky coastline views. A contemporary rendition of a traditional shingle style home, the home enjoys good indoor/outdoor flow and great views from every room.
Total Floor Area: 2,865 SF
Principal Architect: Robert Carver, AIA, LEED AP
Project Intern Architect: Matthew Porges
Photography: Douglas Steakley