This Spanish Revival project is firmly rooted with traditional Spanish finishes including Stucco walls, red tile roof and rounded arches. This home affectionally named, El Sueño (The Dream) embraces and celebrates Spanish craftsmanship with details that include hand painted coffered ceilings, hand-wrought iron, exposed craved wood beams, carved stone columns, custom tile & stone throughout, intricate hand painted walls to imitate antique tiles, an Andalusian fountain, elaborate walnut paneled Clubhouse & Bar to mimic the 1940’s era. There is also the Casita which is a separate structure that serves as a private retreat and office.
This home was featured in Architectural Digest’s April 2011 issue.
(Architect: Kevin A. Clark | Designer Madeline Stuart)